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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'f .. -y_ ; y VOLUME EIGHTY-ONE STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13. 1939 NUMBER EIGHT
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d'id :t 'q 'j : I 1 Pays $650 Fine and arithmetic It save is Just money._a buy matter. season of tickets simple In Kingsley Lake CaseClay


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41:4: : One of four persons arrested bj
local officers and state beverage partment announces this week County Deputy John P. I IHll. I Dr. Felos said Mrs. Breazealehd beaten woman's home heard her

: agents last week on charges of that season tickets to five home Jr. said this morning *1 been badly: bruised on her fOnt calls for help.

zE : possessing and selling whiskey in 1 football games will go on sale I Thurs.) that he had uncovered ams during her struggle with Mrs. Breazeale says she heardi

.1 -. dry county has pleaded guilty to I coon, and urged fans to buy the no new leads in the brutal beat- the man who threw a cloth over 5ra call. "I hear you. Babs. I'mcoming.

L both charges and paid fines total- season ducats and go easy on the.in. and robbery of Kingsley Lake her head in her darkened yard. ." She said she kept calling -

I i : ing $650. pocketbook. J I resident Mrs. Barbara Breazealeon The bruises were made by a and when Bubba found her

f Henry Laport Pine Tree Inn on Single game tickets will cost) August 1. man with big hands" the doctor she heard him call out It's Babs

t SR 100 South was sentenced to students and adults alike $1.25; atj Hall said all suspects had been said. "I measured them with Daddy! Get the gun and come

..* trei ? z 4 pay a fine of $500 or serve six the gate, but adults can buy 88-1|checked out except one. The man :my hands and couldn't quite span Q''ick! Babs has been hurt!"

: months in jail on the charge of son tickets for $:>.50 and students1 :till to be questioned is Negro the marks, as big as my handsare. The CleVelands Dr.
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possession of whiskey and pay can have a real savings 7 y payIng Arthur Wilson. a parolee from F. H. Schnauss, a resident

Garden Restaurant Team Awarded Trophies $150 or serve 60 days on the 3.00 for their season passes: Raiford State Prison. Wilson once In an interview with a Telegraph of the lake to summer give medical

charge of selling whiskey in a dry good for all five borne games. ;employed by Mrs. Breazeale as aj I: reporter Wednesday night.. aid! to Mrs. Breazeale. An ambulance
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The Garden Restaurant Softball team L, !shown Jimmy Rowf' county. Laport entered a plea of Students in the fourth grade*yaidman. has not been seen since!.:Mrs. Breazeale revealed for the rushed her to the Brad

)Welvlng two trophies shortly after winning: the : Front row (I to r)-Dlok Free, Rowe Oray, guilty when he appeared before and under will be admitted to Saturday afternoon. He is wanted !!first time that she had been ford County Hospital and Clay

softball playoff H last week. The team altO won and Harold Davit! ; 2nd row-Harvey Tamer, Bill County Judge T. A. Yawn for a games free when accompanied t>y*in Bradford County on a warrant !bound after the savage beating. deputies were summoned to begin
preliminary hearing on August 1. their charging:: of his famI Mrs. Bieazeale spoke in a low
Davis parents. non-support the investigation.
the regular season title. Kpps: l\Vayne Elder, Randall /caDd Mac )Ie. voice she recalled incident .
as the
Charges of selling' whiskey in a ,' ..?.
County Recreation Committee Chairman Joe Griff; 3rd row-Ray CJoldwire Stoney Schlick and Season. tickets will soon go on i Her face was still badly swollenon Mrs. 'Breazeale said a $20 bill
dry county have also been filed safe at Koch' Drug Store and at:!I Hall said Wilson had been seen
Gray hands over the trophies to team ma'1agf'rMultiple Neil Malphurs. against Mike Klondes. West Weldon The Telegraph. i,,in Starke on the afternoon before the left side, and her arms hr was stolen from a desk drawer in

Street: Ethel Forsythe Bell. !! th? attack that night. Lake residents arc$ wrists still bore blue testimonial library after the attack but
Troubles Candidates QuietAs Bold ThiefSwipes 1402 Wilson *; to the strength of her Deputy HaH said he had not gone
Road; and Leo Le- ,' Registration Deadline have reported they saw a through all the envelopes in the
attacker.
nIck 1434 Wilson Road. These Negro answering Wilson's description -
Pursue Driver Qualifying Time Car From three persons. along with Laport Only Nine Days AwayCity and wearing the same color "I managed to keep my handsin desk. and would be unable to

Narrows To 5 Days i I'4 were charged with possession of clothing he had on. near the lake front of me, and he drew them make: any definite statement
registration books will ctaee to neck and tied at'ut theft until the victim could
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whiskey in a dry county when the same day.
Of Wrecked Car Deadline for qualifying in the I Courthouse Lot they were arrested on August 1. close at noon Saturday, August Mrs. Breazeale is rapidly recuperating around the neck. The bindingwas leturn home and survey her be-

% 22, and only those registered will ever so tight and I thoughtI longings.
I city election i li 12 noon Tuesday. The "sale" charges were filed ata at Bradford County
Jessie Irvin. Jr. ended up with Aug.. 18 but no more candidateswere The J. C. Sapp's 1955 four-door later date.KIonds be eligible to vote in the city election -''Hospital. according to Dr. P. GFelos. wouldn't be able to breathe. Hall did say that some bonds

multiple troubles Sunday after- ; added to the list this week. Dodge sedan, washed gYeased, filled Leurck and Ethel Bell September 8, according to [ The doctor said. Mrs. Brea- lie also put a gag in my mouth. and other valuables in the desk

noon, and he literally got himself I At present, two candidates. T. with gas and oil and ready to have all posted bonds totaling City Clerk Carl Jones. ZliRe suffered a severe concussion "I dont remember how I got l.au not been touched. He said

tied in knots while getting there. C. Hazen, council(! chairman and I I go. did just that when it was $700 each on the two charges. Persons already registered will possibly skull fracture and th3 gag out. but I remember i;'I several of the desk drawers were

Irving rolled his car over several Merrill Edwards will be m the stolen a few mmutes after noon All the affidavits against the not have to register under the multiple! cuts and bruises on her calling 'Bubba Bubba Bubba.j open, but the rqom was in perfect -

times at the intersection of SR 16 ace for city clerk the oft ice I I Wednesday. Jour were signed by Gordon .F. newly installed permanent registration free, upper body and arms. Bubba. help" help. help, help."* order otherwise, and hurried there
evidence of
and SR 230 near Kingsley Lake, I Warren, undercover agent forthe system since all names Her has been satis- Bubba is Charles R. Cleveland was no a
which Carl Johns has held for z" I Parking the. car within view of recovery search for valuables.Mrs. .
and ended with the will be transferred from the old college student son of Mrs. Breazeale's -
up car on top years but will not seek again. : the window of Agriculture State Beverage Departmentwho factory enough that she is now allowed Breazeale. widow has
of him. He stayed there until an books. Johns said long time friends and a ,
Most spent several weeks in the to receive visitors.
popular post so far at Building where Mrs. Sapp works, neighbors Dr. and ?Mrs- C. P. 'resided at Kingsley Lake for many
ambulance him loose and
crew got least in number of candidates is I her son Wayne' went in to see hiS area prior to last week's raids. ,.',"-V -{ years. Her home is located about

carried hun to Bradford County I that of police chief. The Incumbent -! mother, leaving the key"in the car. Warren is said to have purchased } V V Cleveland. theMerritt |I one half mile southwest of Strickland.s -
for treatment to injured V V { Young Cleveland visiting
Hospital an the illegal whkkey at each of the V 1 ,
Riley Sweat is opposed by The car had disappeared when V ,
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arm. Ben C. Holtzendorf a ot he returned. four places hit by officers. i .
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Highway Patrolman W. R. the force, and l Earl K. Miles, who County and city law enforce- ....,f: (
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years ago employed as ment officers searched locally and '.!i LIGHTING STRIKES TWICE
against Irvin as an aftermath of tf.0 -:'>-
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the Highway Patrol was nottfiea VVr ."'"

the accident. Further investigation Mayor W. T. Jackson, who seeksto to pick up the two-tone green car, Killed In Logging ; $ -. -" ,{
by Clay County deputies dis- ; .
license_4 -65. but no trace had 4 < '''' ,
succeed himself ACCIDENTSTrooper
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no opposi-i i HIGHWAY
clGsed that loin was wanted in j'j IN
seen found up to press time. ,;$:.
St. Johns County on an assalult tion so far. The two council seats; Camp Accident V 4 V I .. ..

'up for grabs fata years are those ; ..
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.. now held by Mrs. Ruby Johns, Pvt. Billy Dampier tt,. V V V.... 'I.t.. 'V ..;,:1ta. < I A. Mauldin, High- Ford. hit the back of a 58 Chev-
Irvin got bruised and cut. Earl Terrell 44. formerly of 4. V ; ;; .

demolished his car and ended up group 4 and J. D.. Doyle group :a. Wilt Starke died .Wednesday. Aug5. V -.. ..... V .".........:, .V .. way Patrol member newly as-J ro'et driven by Tahnadge Lewis
braked
facing charges in two county Both have qualified and 10 Late RifleJTrophy as: the result of injuries:received V V isned'to: Starke, has had a busy Claxton. O*. Lewis had
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oourt- Even so toe St. Augustine have drawn, io competition. %. And 3- Pass wtUle', working jon, a.toggingtruck! time.in his opening two weeks fflvtJ' ta:: -a void.bitting,..tninL car that
: iii -;- was ,.,.. here. Mauldin has investi-: suddenly stopped in front of him.
faredr"nultn' Terrell
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'V V five accidents involvingnine The two vehicles a
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an Indiana man who was killed Commissioners Meet Pvt. William E. Billy Damp a mecHanic 'by a 'Qainesville V
No injuries
the previous week in a wreck at ier. son of Mr. and Mrs$! C. logging firm and was working on V V V t .- automobiles during the period of $125 damages.
Next V from Aug. 1-10. Three of theca were reported and no chargeswere
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NightThe V
the same intersection. Dampier recently1 won a rifle trophy a broken down trailer-truck when
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filed. one
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for making the highest firing the accident occurred.It -
Board of County score in his ccmpany. and was is understood that Tenth ,. >ts, but only three minor Injuries Lawtey.
Starke will hold its :': :- and'by I August 5-Gerald Owenby
Elementary commls-I
sioners : resulted some mir-
only .6 points short of winning the was in between the cab and the I
meeting Monday, Aug. battalion trophy. trailer when the trailer rolled and I" ;'t, Rc1e. Bradford highways have not Henderson. N. C.. driving a fJMC

Registration I o'clock. !I A three-day pass' was included pinned him against the cab. He : ...r:: .ttt ,1- Fi.; : .,., !".-....' ILrJ. .... yet claimed a traffic death dur- !semi north on 301. made a turn
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SR Hampton
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Clerk Charles Daruy said this V <
I vith' the trophy and Biily. came lived only a short while after the "" ." 1'.
Begins August 21 week that the only work slated i i'I home with the news. He is stationed accident.Mr. #2 -' ,: -... ,t.. -' Mauldin can verify that lightning then swung back onto 301. 'GMC
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for the meeting is the fillmg of the! at Fort Jackson. S. CT with. Terrell was born in Georgiaon V ./ ,:_r e ri :/ does stnke twice insofar as was driven Jack Dickens
truck by
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Registration for new students,'I jury box for the County Judges I' Company C, 10th Battalion, 5th Sept. 26.1914. He and.his family -. -" "; :I' ; accidents was called are concerned to the scene anyway.He of a Johnson. Damages totaled $250. no
Court. had moved to Cross
recently .
transfer students entering Training regiment. "
or p. week on U. S. 301, one mile north j;.njuries reported. Johnson posted
!Etarke Elementary School for the. City, but were planning to return I J. ir 1 :..t\arw\ Iof
.., Starke at 1:00: p. m. August 4i S50 bond on a charge of failure
to Starker where they had .
first time will be held at the 0. Prominent Man scon te vehicle under control. and
J. V Chevrolet !i have
Phillips Lawtey r" where a 1955 j
school office from g'1mt'3 11 a.m. ived north of town on U. S. 301
Motor had just been demolished in a I j Owenby posted $25 on faulty
en Friday: Aug. 21, Principal K near the old Biscayne : "4 qi'ipment charge [brake lights
collision with Michigan ,
a scraper.
T Nolin announced this week. Court. ti' and turn signals not operating].

Beginning pupils must have Dies Tuesday In Local Hospital Griffis Surviving Terrell.are his one wife.daughter Lula, : : JL ated Bradford an accident deputies at had the investi-same August 10-sJohn( Wesley Bur-

their sixth birthday before Jan. 1, Robert spot a couple of hours before-I rough, Bartow, failed to see
Mary L. Terrell two sons,
.1960 in order to be admitted. A O. J. (Grill] Phillips promInent -i I ters. Miss Ola Mae Phillips Of Earl and Benny Terrell his father. and a 1957 Ford driven by Mrs. warning signs and lights in time
birth certificate must be presented and crashed through barricade
and Mrs. Elizaoeth Reddof Walter C. Terrell of Fort W. Mobley of Starke, had been
of Lawtey citizen died in a La-vtey .
at the time registration. just north of Lawtey where high-
loss aftera
Macon Ga. four Cole- White two brothers. Clyde Terrell, described as a complete
sons ,
Beginning pupils are asked to Starke hospital Tuesday after a ; with another .way bridge is under construction-
collision
nun and Daniel of Lawtey, Jamesof San Franisco. Calif.. and Arthur scraper.
cbta'm all immunizations including neart attack. Mr. Phillips was 62 i Mauldin said Walter Edward .Burrouah's! 1959 Olds was damaged -
Starke and Leslie of Callahan; Terrell, Savannah Ga.; and two
booster shots years was March 4. five sisters, Mrs. J. S. Norman of sisters. Mrs. Lennie Aspinwall. Smith Lawtey -
Aug. 31. If possible, all beginners hp was not injuried. He posted
1897. and was the son of the lateD. both of was charged with improper
Lawtey. Mrs. Eddie Hilliard. Val- and Mrs. Nora Aspinwall )0100<
should! have complete L. and Elizabeth Phillips. passing. Witnesses said Smith $50 bond on charge of failure to
rico, Fla., Mrs. W. N. Cox Miami Jacksonville.
physical examinations the principal A lifelong member of the Bap- Mrs. Debbie Phillips Palatka and Funeral services were held at 2 Johnnie W. .Barden. Starke patrolman, proudly displays the went on around a flagman who i iba"e: his vehicle under control.

advised.Mr. tist Church, Mr. Phillips was a Mrs. W. H. Norman of Jackson- p. m. Monday at the graveside in .certificate he earned from the Institute of Applied Science afterfour !had already stopped one car so .

Nolin said that parents veteran of World War One and vile; also six grandchildren and Pine Grove Cemetery with Rev. 8 JJ01IIt years scientific crime detection study. the scraper could cross the road. 'i New Development

fhoulu not call the school otficeto was a member of the Lions Club. several nieces and nephews. Jim Williams officiating. DeWitt Smith was not injured in the Awaits Street Paving

inquire about room assign He was active in civic affairs Funeral services will be held C. Jones Funeral Home was in accident. The scraper. a huge',

ments. This year, ne said the during his 51 years as a residentcf Sunday in the First Baptist charge of arrangements. Policeman Completes Crime Studies piece of earth moving equipment;1 i Contractor J. D. Warren said

class rolls will be posted by 3 p.m. Lawtey and served the town Church at Lawtey with the Rev. operated by Timothy J. Mann of 'this week that he nad finished

on Friday Aug. 28. Sixth grade during various years as a council Tommy Howell officiating Rev.L. TO BE CLOSEDWinkler BOOker. sustained minor dam- 'laying water pipe> and fewer
will be the "To be more efficient" and to enough training or the propel !
rolls .on front door of
member. city clerk and mayor. D. Haines of Stark, win assistin agesr 1 1Mauldin hr.es in his Parkwood housing development
the Heilbronn building; 4th and He was for many years a memberof the rites. Burial will followin Electric Service 234 r* of "greater service to the peo- tools to work, with. so I made up said another popularspot and that several streets

5th grade rolls on wall of stttooistore the Board of School. Bond the Hope Cemetery at Theres- N. Temple Ave.. will be closed ple of Starke" are the reasons my mind to''get that training." for accidents was near the i; had wen cleaned and well now-

; and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade Trustees. from AugusT 17 to 24 during city policeman Johnnie W. Barden Even while he was a new stu- B. T. Thomas Lumber Co., five being graded.He .

rolls on the door of Mr. Manning'scffice. Survivors are his wife Mis. sa.The DeWitt C. Jones Funeral which time all employees will be gives for spending almost four dent Baruen 'had success with his mlies south on U. S. 301. He said said six homes now under

Minnie Lee Phillips; two daugh- Home will handle arrangements.Crews on vacation. years studying crime deiecl1on.I work. A set of prints, wiifth a two cars were total losses after 1 I construction are on the verge of

I Last week Barton received a transient agreed let him takeas they collided here about 6 o'c1ock1]i completion but said he did not

TORNADO LINE IS QUESTION MARK I 1- l' certificate from the Institute Of part of his homework, provedto Saturday afternoon. Bradford i I plan to start any more until paving
Applied Science. Chicago lit deputies had also preceded Maul- .
be those of a wanted man. work is completed.
I stating Chat: he has satisfactorily din to this spot when they investigated -

completed a course in crime de- Upon receipt of the "homework"the an accident Aug. 4. Aj S
12 Lettermen Return To Grid WarsTwelve school called Barden who Immediately -
tection includmg finger printing, wired back the ticket semi-trailer truck had dumped a I
classification, filing and searching, load of cement and wire on the City

lettermen will battle a sophomore candidates it he is to are new candidates. practice as the team starts learning police photography, identification'number tion of, the description man who and had destina-left railroad tracks after the truck'sbrakes I
Books
detection meth- failed and the driver left Registration
host of newcomers and former B- land the starting post among the ,If Miller is to stay .at tackle, he Winged T formation witIch and general crime town the day the prints were tak-
thi road to avoid another vehicle.
squad players when the Bradford signal callers. He win be pushedty the center position will have to will !toe used this year for tne first ods. en. Tne fugitive, WSo warptcK- I

Tornadoes open fall football drills last years pole vaulting fresn- be fillea from the ranks of new time at the local school. Also, instead of going fishing; ed up in California said he did The patrolman said the Satur-I V CLOSE
accident occurred when
iiext Monday. Coacn Lennard man star Irwin )Martin and John players. Mac Darby Tom Gay 1 Register is also. looking for four Barden spent his vacation thiS not think that the prints would be day a ,1
: 1957 Ford driven John Char-
Register has announced two hour ReddIsh. and Buddy Thomas will vie for to work with tne team )ear at, the Florida saenir's Bui ,cnecKeo. by i Voon Sat., Aug. 22If
managers les Butcher of Tampa lost trac- ,,
conditioning sessions two times aday JoTinny Devore, RifSird& Dugger the. starting slot unless they get: eau Crffne Laboratory at Tallahassee. -[ I
and would like to have any interested I Barden gives credit to his wife 'tlon on the wet pavement while
until school 'begins August 31.Prospects" and Tom Smith are a tno of lettermen unexpected competiTIon from an- There he learned how to '
from the seventh, for being patient about the time passing another south-bound veh- you are not registered
boys tell the distance from which a
loom brighter m the halfbacks who return tor other quarter. I
and money he spent on his work. 'icle. Butcher left the road, traveled -
backfield this year than they do another year in the gridiron wars. i Two lettermen will return at through twelfth grades call at his thot was fired by the size of powder do so TODAY!
He lists several other persons wno il down the shoulder and finally -
on the "nne. Veteran backs will John Adams adn DeTV'ayne AicKae 'the end and guard positions. Doug home as soon as poss Ie. I burns. His instructor was L-
have helped him in various ways. pulled back on the high-
return in each position find they pre promising contenders at this las Seymour anfl 'J ommy Clark The Tornadoes 10-game ache L Smith firearms expert andfcallisticiari"
These include: L. P. McLendon, way in time to smash into the
%rj face stiff competition from date for plenty ot play time in are the experienced flankmen who dule opens September-18 at Mac-' with the laboratory. former identification officer at left side of a 1954 Ford. *

promising new men. the scatbacK slots. will vie for starting posls with clenny and the first home game i* Barden demonstrated the methodto
Raiford; CpL Carlos Musgrove ot Jessie Lee Peeples. Hampton.
Letterman Sam Gardner, a lys Only six lettermen win return Glenn Harrrtt; Harry auer ana September 25 against Bones. others on the force at the In-
the Highway Patrol; Police Chief driver of the second car. and his This Contributed
pound fullback who has the weight : to this year's line, and they will Emory Eunice. v The complete schedule: vttaUbn of Mayor W. T. Jackson Alvarez of Ocala; Police Lt. An- passengers. Oscar Wise were Space

tossing chores on the track team need help from the ranks. Ronald Crawford and Hank and Police Chief Riley b'weat.wbeJt' ,
Sept. 18, JIacclenny; Sept. 2:), gel of GainesvIlle; Greyhound treated at Bradford Hospital for Weekly to Publicize
looms as one of the big men in Coach Register has tentative Graham are the veterans returnIng be returned to duty.
Bolles (H); Oct. 2, P. K. Xonge ticket agent Lacy Conway and Dr cut hands. Butcher, charged with
tne backfield. 'Cardner wilt have plans to snilt veteran center John the Winged T formation which oCt. Not only has Barden spent Ms P G. Felos. failure to have his 'vehicle under Community Events by

competition from .Marion Cotue, Miller to one of the tackle positions guard candidates are Nell Plumps. tHJ); Oct. 9, Palatka (CH);_ tone and money on study, 'but he control; was treated for a cut

who is also a letterman. Cottle is in an attempt to pTug a gap- John Davis and Art --HoUiday: I 16, Perry; Oct. 22 Thurs.), Live has also invested about 11009\ in First coming to this section m knee. He paid a $50 bond on the

also expeced to see some duty at ing hole left by the graduation of Coach Register emphasized all i Oak. (IHJ: Oct. 30. Lake City: N
halfback and will probaoly: share 'alleverythingtackle Tom Stall- positions are wide' open and will' 6. Fernandina Beach: Nov. _f".J, necessary to his cnosen work. army at Camp Blanding. He also' The other three accidents K

the punting duties with quarter ings. probably remain that 'way !until Santa Fe (H); Nov. 13. Green. About five years ago" Barden was a guard for: two years at Ral Mauldin investigated were relatively STARKE

for the first Cove Springs. recalled "I watched some trained ford, and was a deputy sheriff. fie
back Harvey Tanner.* John Dodd is another letterman time game starting minor. They were: STATE BANK

Letterman Tanner will nave to I!' this position and J<:d King Cecil lineup to be named. He urges All home games fH' { Stan at' men work to solve a crime.. a1iId'thin joined the local police in December August I-Merril Michael Her-t I

stave off the advances ot two Leech Billy Helsabeck and Allen iill interested boys to report for, S p.m. .that i. did not have of 19. ring, Jacksonville, driving a 1953 II
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FLOIUDA'
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(-..-..- -.......- - - - -.- ..;. fr9./'V. W. Strickland Jr. and ]Mr. and Mrs. B. C. r Peddy of I Mrs. A. I. Spencer, Mrs. Carlan Misses Linda Cole and Dorothy I Johnny Torode is visiting his ClmH_ HotL cast.Manor!'.!..and(;9..1 Kveljn,:.. FlorUa B

t ;cnHdren returned te their home Miami are visiting .Mrs- R. A. I't amhtici son; Dickie, aid Savage win attend the Senior Assembly aunt. &rs. Vernon Brinson at Maun, his wife. Plaintiff u. Ccy

t in Des Moinss, Ia.. last Friday Newsome this week. 't' lira. Bob McEfroy of Jacksonville< of the Methodist Youth Jacksonville Beach this week. M.NOTICE Sargent.OF Defendant.SHERRIFS 9\LE

I !after three mcnlhs visit with her Mrs. M. Wysockl and daughter and Mrs Charles' Darby and chil- Fellowship at Leesburg next week.I Tommy Dyal has returned home 'atones is hereby.-given that L F

"parents, Dr. and.Mrs. c. J. Houpt- .of Jacksonville is spending ten cIen'ot ,Stark were 1 last\Friday Frank Williams is attending the from the summer session at 'U- D. Rfi1 iab. Sheriff of BradfordCounty

II Mr., and Mrs. J..D. Doyle were 'dais with her parents Rev. and guests of Mrl J. R Wafawright, HI-Y Youth Congress at Blue*of F. cf,a Florida writ of under execution and by hertto-virtue -

I ? [vacationing last wee>_ at Fort Msr !!rs. r. D. Haines while Mr. Wy- i at Kltigsley'LakO- ,Ridge N. C this week. Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat ,fore! issued out of the Circuit Court
r Onion County, Florida in the afcov.atrled '!
mc NEWS |r ers and Sanibel Island and also sccki is in Willowgrove, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Mathewsand I Howe Moredock of Coral Denmark Furniture Co. 'tf cause f have -vied vpon the

visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bowling CoL and Mrs. J. H. West of Los daughter ,Cookie, and Eu- Gables is spending the weekend I Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin folk>3-tag property 'itaate. lying

i.,, -,--.,.,- .. -.- - .... I in Dunnellon. Angeles Calif. and T. B. Broun senia Ekard are visiting Mr. and with. his'family at Kingsley Lake.,are vacationing this week in Nas- and Florida being to-in"'it: Bradford County
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-- Miss Clara Leaman has returned cf Wedgefield, 8. C. spent several Mrs. E. W. Mat.hews. Sr. in Cor- Mrs. Gladys Weldon held a family Commence at Northeast corner of
Mrs. Harry Mooty. society editor' Bonnie Lou and Mary Ann t from two weeks visit with her' days this week with their sister, dele Ga. this week. reunion at her home the pastweekend. I sau.Buck ire. Run West ($1* to South rr ofi
Gill is home from thesummer
vacation lor the next) i Rd. %1. westerly and southerly on
'will\ be on Graudon are returning today from M.T. L. D. Haines and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer of and 1
nieces and their families in Tampa I 1 Attending were Mr. session at the Universityof r/w 18S2.4 feet ta P. O. B. North 5:
two weeks. Miss: Mary AgnesIatthes six weeks visit with their grand- I Mr. and MrsJesse Newsome Orlando were weekend guests of Mrs. Steve Weldon of Macclenny, decrees 30 feet east SS4 feet to
will handle social news parents. Mr. Mrs. S. A. Went- Georgia. l ke, south 2. decrees' J' feet ea.r
and John made business Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. "
Mrs. and
SALE Lovely l Costume Jewelry I ani son a : Mr. and C. M. Patrick i 100 feet South 87 decree 19 fen
during her absence. ling in Palmyra Pa. \'i\ price at Bullington's trip to Valdosta, Ga. on Monday. The Carters also had as Sunday Son of Sneeds..Mr.'and Mrs. James Miss Marie Chester was visitingMr. west .9 S2 feet to rd. northerly 94

Mrs. Zack Crawford and chil- Jlrand Mrs. C. F. Bowers of i I Attending the F. E. A. Schoolof 'I :Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell and guests Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilker- Weldon of Jacksonville and Billy and Mrs. Frank Barker last feet As to the beg. property sec 23 township of the SR abov JL'K:

dren of Gainesville are spending Fort Lauderdale spent Saturdayto Instruction at Daytona Beach(chi'dren are vacactioning for two son of Hilliard. Weldon who IS home on 30 days weekend. DIUUP(} defendant, and that on Odty >.
two weeks with h er parents, Mr. Tuesday with their daughter. Wednesday to Friday are James Iweeks at the Mundy cottage on Mrs. E. L. Badman returned to leave from the Merchant Marine < Of Sept. Hit between elen th
namely
bourn' of a1e
and Mrs. S. R. Johns while Mr.j Mrs. R. G. Paterson and family. Hobbs Miss Della Rosenberg and Kingsley Lake. the home of her daughter Mrs- service. CARD OF THANKS legal o'cl-nk in the forenoon and two

Crawford is at National Guard Johnny Hebb of Bartow was guest, Mrs. W. H. Hart. I Mrs. Loren Dyal of Winter a. B. Cauffman, on Wednesdayafter Stephen Tilley spent Saturday o'clock: in the afternoon on sato
Our heartfelt thanks to al who
at the east door of the four
day
I last T7eek: of the Patersons and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance who Park is spending two weeks with three months visit with relatives to Monday with his uncle and House' in Bradford County. Florid

Louise Hebb is now spending two had their 40th, wedding anniversary her father. A. L. Alvarez. in ,England. aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren I i extended comforting sympathy I will offer for sale and sell to th..,
weeks with the Patersons. last weekend had their chil- Mrs. B. L. Moxley Jr. entertaintho ELECT EARL F. MILES CHIEF and, family in GlensviHe Ga. ;(and help in our recent sorrow. tori highest derib bidder for prortas cash in Nand the thaboe

Replace your old sewing machine dren and families to help them :' Bradford County Hospital last OF POLICE. Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Vander- the beautiful offerings, and other proixrty of said! defendant to sa' -
camp.Florida Haile and son,, .
Mrs. W. G. sfy taid execution.P.
belt with a new Singer Belt celebrate the occasion. Includedwere Friday for observation and treatment lip and daughter. Dawn of De- kindnesses
Wed. I we are D. Rrddi'hTheriff
from Denmark Furniture Co. tf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lanceof !1 Her mother. Mrs. "Erma Woodfin Haile, are spending aeepiy grate-
dtur. Ga. _will spend the next)fuL The T. S. Williams of Bradford County Eta'
Mr. and Mrs Henry McCord and St. Simons Island. Mrs. R. N. W'-lburn! of Waynesboro. Ga. is; nesday and Thursday at RuUedgeanA e(two weeks with Mr. and Mrs.I: famIly. "136-4t-'X; !9

., sobs of Tallahassee were weekend Carswell and Mrs. Tommy E. Gra, staying with Benji Mo ley. The: Social---- Circle.. Ga. 'Harry Mooty. .

guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan- of Waycross Mrs. B. R. Quinn ol f: Moxleys also had as weekend Mr. and :Mrs. Bernard KoUcana I Freddie'Crutcbfield returned to\ .. -
Sunday [
cher. Inverness Mrs. L- J. Richardsorof L guests. Mr. and Mrs. Miley Sr. of and family of Tampa were after
bis home in Fort
Myers' a '
Theatre Col. and Mrs- T. T. Long have. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Bill]r M'dville, Ga. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wood-' month's visit with his uncle and LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED e sNow
: The:
returned from five weeks trip to Burbank of Fernandina and fa mMrs.. E. L. Patten and Mrs. Mae fin Haile at Kingsley Lake. aunt ,Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Delaware and Canada. Jones of Jacksonville and Mrs. W. Hades, who spent the past two Thomas.

Mrs. Titus Olson was called toOlmstead ilies.Mrs.. R. A. Newsome was visitin g E. Middleton and daughter Miss Leeks at Kingsley Lake, will return PFC Raymond Stefanelli JL stationed Serving Starke

Ill. last Friday by the Mis. R. E. Mathews in Lakelanc I Madge Middl ton of Starke were home in Miami this Sunday. In Germany the past 16
*
death of her mother, Mrs. George from Thursday to Saturday.Mrs. last Friday luncheon guests of Miss Kay Haisfop spent last months, will arrive in New Yorkon

Lilley 88.ELECT Guy Sale, Mrs. Pau I Mrs. E. L. Matthews at Kingsley weekend with her uncle and aunt Monday be discharged at Fort Cooking and Heating 7.50 Per Tank
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Saturday Aug.15;' EARL F. MILES CHIEF Bridges and Mrs. C- H. Narworthj r Lake.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs ot Jackson, on Wednesday and re-

OF POLICE. were in Nassau from Friday to>> and Mrs. Lester Crews and Jacksonville.Mr. urn home the end of next week. Cooking (only 8.00 Per Tank

Frank Hutchinson and Miss Sunday. daughter, Carolyn were visiting and Mrs. Sam Caruso anafamily Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and
Sissy Sears of Orlando were Sunday Miss Jean Mundy has returnee I Mrs. J. D. Hooks in Fort Myers of Jacksonville were Sun- son. ,David have returned from!

visitors of Mrs. F- G. Hutch- from two months at the Baptist te over the weekend. day"visitors_ of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- SALE Lovely Costume Jewelry No Charge Installation:
inson Branford where she ELECT EARL F. MILES CHIEF
and Mr. and Mrs. N. S. 3. A. camp at ry StefanelliIrfrs. (* price zt ,BufltDg1 n's
Dankel and family. was a councilor. OF POLICE. ; :J. R. Wainwright and Mrs.
t"n days in North Carolina. Mrs. PHONE LAKE BUTLER -1tiA7T 6-,135t
I Mrs E. F. Miles spent the weekend Charles Darby attended the funeral Dyal attended a* BPW meeting in

4, MarioneMAIN'Au'HliNNICUnNew with Mr. and Mrs W. S. of their uncle.: J. E. Fugate, Si1 Clearwater Saturday and Sunday. Joe Shaw

Wilder in Miami in Alachua on Wednesday after- Mr.. and Mrs Jim Yost of Tampa
TED de t0R61Aw ATTENTION I !
..i UNA UflIKIL' HeyKiddies
Mrs. Sarah Hunter and
family
IItTERllAOOM. mUll[ noon.Mrs. were Wednesday visitors of Dr. -., -' ,-. ,
sere visiting relatives in Zephyr- C. B. TerwiHegar and children and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. '. -. .-- -'- -.
and Sensational! GET YOUR TICKETS.FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOW- hills from Thursday to Sunday. are visiting relatives in San-

Mrs. H. W. Shipp of Jackson- ford for two weeks. f ...,
ING MERCHANTS AND SEE A .. ville was 'last Wednesday guest of Mr. and Sirs. J. H. Norfleet of to
TARAN'STIGHT
Mrs. R. A. Newspme.Miss ( Miami Mrs. Irene Roberts of Pal-
FREE SHOW Beryl Holland of Gainesville atka and Mrs. E. C. fTardin and likahoafpi

: FOR' LIFE was visiting her cousins Mr. son of Wewahitchka were Sunday

and Mrs. Harry Mooty on Satur- guests of,air. and Mrs. Herbert

IN COLOR ADVENTURES OF GALLANT BESSAT day. She also visited Mrs. Lucile Thomas.
Davis
Starring Gordon Scott as Mrs. J. H. Hooten of Eustis is
TARZAN THE Mrs Jesse Newsome and Mrs spending two weeks With, Jtlr. and
Mary BOlick attended the funeralof
.
: Plus "Busybody Bear" Car their stepmother Mrs. W, 'A. Mrs.John R.S.speer R. Hutcluns.ot Dahtonego, Ga.

toon. FLORIDA THEATREEACH Call in Clearwater Wednesday of was a guest last week of Mr. and 0fiyetai
last week.
L.
Mrs. H. Speer.
16 17
Sun., Mon. Aug. Sgt Ewell Lawson, Jr. left Tues-
ELECT EARL F. RULES CHIEFOF I
SATURDAY 10:30 A.M. day for two years duty in Ger- i 1Y
THE STORY OF TODAY POLICE.:
Mrs. Lawson and children 4
MODERNS' many. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Hutchins
ANGRY YOUNG will live in Starke during his Mra-R. A.
Crawford Bros. Gulf Service were .visiting Mr. and
Simmons Koch< DrugsAce }
absence-
Paul Newman Green in Tavares on St1r ay., _
Mr. and Mrs.'E. P. Lee and sons
Electric Sen leeTerwillejjar Williams Jewelers :Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Speer otOchtochnee. ',
hOYOUfw visited! Mr. and Mrs. Edward +- I
Motors Barksdale's Dept. Store Parker in Cocoa from Friday to Ga. will spend sev- '\ A .s ;
Philadelphians eral days next week with Mr. and :
Monday. .
i &. J Building Supplies Local Finance Co. of Starke Extra Bobbins save time-Stock ,Mrs. H. L. Speer. 'j
: Mrs. W. ,S. Sla ft of Stark ana ,
WARNb.R BROS. <
;
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up with Singer Bobbins atDen- 1r
Denmark Furniture Co. SladeG& Company :Mrs. H. J. ilJ:1olIiD: of Douglas..
mark Furniture Co. tf
4 tf ;i'n r. Mr. and MrsJohn Mixon!aiSd;i Ga-jare,.sracatfoning-several, dayrf

in the Smoky Mountains. ,.. .
family and Mr. and Mrs. E. M- p ; N.> .M
Mrs. M. M. Boatngiii and family -
i i Davis spent Thursday to Saturday -I ""' i"i'"'ioC
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of Alma, Ga. are visiting her ." ,{
: i' at Daytona Beach. ,!daughter,, :Mrs. Elton Smith and j'
,, While Prices Continue To Mr. and Mra. Billy Dowling and family: this week.

family were visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Harm Jr. .
... ,
Mr. and Mrs
Roy Mathews in Pa- jt .
59- and daughter Carole, of .Wash- Y y.
54
latka
on Sunday..
B BMBARA RllSN A.EXS: S )ffii'a.EAs KEITH : Go UP Everywhere Richard Fowler of Cocoa and ington D. C. will be visiting the yl 4,9. ? na

; Plus "Foiling the Fox" Car- Richard Wainwright of Starke are Lex L. Speer Green families, O. J. McOnff next week.and H. % ; 9 e t

toon. guests l this week of Mrs. Daisy t
Miss Flora Slade is visiting her t-
Perryman.
aunt, Mrs. and :Mrs. N. K. Hurst ,
SLADE PRICESARE Mrs. Del Colley and daughter,
iii Indianapolis Ind. this week. '" F f fi
Tues., Wed. Aug. 18, 19Tl Jackie, attended the FSU graduation ,

in Tallahassee Saturday
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afternoon. Jackie, who has been Hair Removal Gets

\' Diary of a. COMING DOWN! attending returned home the PSU with summer'sesston her mother. At. Root Of 'Problem


Ittgft Edward B. Mathews of Palatka By EDMUND DWYEB i

% i, brother of Mrs. Billy Dowling. and ElectrelogistThe ? t & is
\ You Con former Starke resident, receivedhis
\ Ma.&ter.s'degree in Phyiscal success of Permanent Hair

0 "BlIih U (tI Education and Health of the U. of Removal depends upon each Individual t 1 g 1<

6Ont.% F. Saturday evening. patient. There, are many i ----- tie 4i
Now.Purchase -:
1
1 =-==>- ... Mrs. Del Colley and daughter, factors that"detennme ate speedof : i
I.
v'aa. I "S. _
---- Barbara. Mrs. Steve Simmons complete hair rem They f 4 ;qtr ,'

HISH: SCHOOL BRIDE sUrrinj! Anita Sands and Fred Blackburn are spending ,include the structure and shape of II
Ronald Fo your own follicles. These may J 6e: I
!>ter. Chris Robmio Wednesday to Sunday in Ashe-
AN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURE ville, N. C. ,altered temporarily oy your own

SALE Lovely Costume Jewelry actions upon the offending hair

Your vi price at Bafflntton's area. Thus Hair Removal may be

The HOI I ROD GANG meets th Ray Hesse of Saluda. S. C. is immediate with one patient

visiting his uncle and aunt. Dr. whereas additional treatments will w .. # .

HeatingRequirements and Mrs. F. H. Adams this week.: be. necessary 'with other. All hair toi

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dayton and conditions,can be ....
family are visiting friends, and successfully eliminated ; f < lq r

relatives in -Olean. N. Y. for twd ana you
l DRAMTRIPHOLLOW I weeks. i can be sure of a T

Marvin Brown returned home smooth, clear '

Monday after attending the summer complexion. It .L T t

FROM session at Murray State Col' Is tmpossTWe to

i Won OF MAUTIV HOllWT rtrrfef Jody lege.Purchase detect the area .' -. t
1.vii,. Martin Breddock Russ Btndi Gas any model of Singer There the hair:
Slade ttgpwro*"f- XnffwcvriPW TMIW
M AMERICA* INTERNATIONAL PICTUU-! Sewing .Mjuhine at DenmarkFurniture ,bas-been removed, even jmder the
Co. tf

Plus "Not Ghoutly" Cartoon2'hors. f Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and strongest Because power many glass.persons have Everybody's talking a our' I ffie new-

family returned Friday from two
AT THE been unable to separate myth

.. Fri. weeks vacation spent m GaUin- 'from fact about Electrolysis, Mr.
Aug. .
20 21iWARFSrsCROSGWGfilANTBEASTS .
burg, N. C.. Smoky Mountains and
Dwyer lts these essential facts 1 I
\ lRIM1 CheapestPrice Daytona Beach. for the benefit of the contemplating (J11t1J114100f3.f 'lI
I :
c Mr. and Mr. J. T. Quigley, Mrs. treatments-:
Mable Uersereau and Mrs. Jennie
:1. .,Electrolysis is not painful. De
ATMCKOFTHE Thomquist of Jacksonville returned
t Wednesday from North I patient experiences a alight ,Mighty good-looking, this new RCA WHIRLPOOL-
r tingling sensation. your neighbors will rave about its new square styling. $
Carolina after three weeks vacation l
harmless to the Your family will like all the food it holds-crisper .
PUPPET is
body's 2. Electrolysis
tv.i lulklq ..... pa. in the mountains near Hen
... Arw ..... .... bey Ever dersonville. I: skin of the patient. It tt im- ,alone contain a bushel of fruits and vegetables.Youll
HoH to*ioM h. ni to .MO '. poaarbie to ascertain OB the like hs neat and easy dial defrosting ,. adjustable
PEOPLE Mrs. H. C. Bellinger and daugh- t door ..all
> why! I skin where this excess temperature control..magnetic dosing
ters are spending ten days visiting area
> the'real quality features! that make it a fine investmmtfor
relatives in Delphos and Green- hair has been removed. The '
years to come.: Ask to *>- RCA WHIRLPOOL
AN A'-'tRICAf'I'IMWiATtONAL'- PICTURE I Don't Fail To Take Advantage of This ville. Ohio. skin tone remains ..flawless.Z. CuMomPC-12. .

Mike Anderson, of Charleston, It is possible to treat, anyone

TOWERING TERROR! I OpportunityUP S. C. will his grandparents be spending ,next.weekwith Mr. and ''who hair desires, removed to have with superfluous the WAHTA TALK ABOUT A JRADl? With Workable Trade

TO 250 ,GALLON TANK LEASE Mrs. Harry Lappe.and MIs..Alice single exception of Diabetic

ONLY $59.95Slade Anderson. patients. AIR CONDITION REFRIGERATIONAND
Miss Madge Middleton attended 4. 'lWeuinJ.u1ng and the use --
the Alpha Delta Kapa sorority "of chemical depila.tories.are

biennial convention In Miami. only, ,temporary expedients for
fr I Gas :Co. Beach Aug. 9to, 12. rnuovol ezcesis Lair and will TV SERVICE

J Miss Mary, Katherine Wain- result in distorted follicles I IShepherd's

i iM wright and Mike Goldwtre are at- making hair removal: oat tttfftcult. -
tending the Officers Training i

PHONE WO 4.3551 course .of the Methodist Youth .*Mr, Dwyer's office is located at Radio and TV
Fellowship at Leesburg this week.
AMEACA14MTEIfNATIONM PICTURE w. Ave. Ganesvaie. -
In UtElverstty
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NEXT DOOR Ta WINN-DIXIE Mr, and Mrs. .Ray Mathews of I
Phone FR 2-8039 for an ..pfAdV.
IJIs Tviw's It' Crowd" Cartoon I I Springfield Ohio spent last week -

riE .-I with Mr. andMrs., k.1dd .t ews.I ._ .) PHONE WO_ 4-6901 s ST tIt! E.J, .FLA. I
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AUGUST 13, 1333; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THRElGWys

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'..J'r j Bride-Elect Sandra Johns Is Honored Masquerade Party KOTICK OF 1 'TF.'TlO' I,cult Court In and or Bradford Coun- cor of XEV, of NW'.. and run S
I[ TO RKOISTKR .'U. ITOt S \ *''F. ly. Florida on or before the :S day %10', K UI)'. N 210' W 420' to beg
Notice: is hereby Driven that the of August 159. and at the same 2 acres more or kss. all lying and
4 At Several Lovely Parties During Week I Honors 14th BirthdayOf undersigned under the provinony of time rvea copy of the same upon being; in Cradford County. Florida..
Chapter 20.353 Laws of Flnnda. Carey f':1) ,:;- Miss Geraldine. GayMr. Acts of 1S4I. will register with the Street. Game!'\iIIe. Florida Attorney named defendant, and that on the
;Miss Sandra Johns, whose wed- oring Miss Johns. I Clerk of the Circuit O rt. in and for the Plaintiff. Upon failure todo 7 day of Sept.. 195S.! between the
ling to Charles Raymond Durkee The refreshment table was love- ] for Pradford County. Florida uponreceipt ..... a Itecrce Pro Confe>so will Kalhours of sale, namely, elevenlock
ni. be event ly with White cutwork cloth and Mrs. Adolph Gay entertained of proof of publication of oe entered against/ ;yon.WitmRst ...- in the forenoon and two
will an Saturday a
this notice the fictitious of said
' at a delightful masquer- name my hand Anti official seal clock! in the afternoon. on
ivening, Aug. 15 in the First and centered with yellow gladioliin IWWitt C. Jones Funeral Home under at Starke. Florida, this day of July, day at thet a,.t door of the Court
\.: last Friday
party
a d" birthday .
whnh wp are engaged 10 loui-! Bradford County Florida
Silver I I't.! Mouse In
Methodist Church has been the a silver container.:: appointments -
Mooty evening at their home on W. Madison nrs-r at Star tee, Fla. SEAL I will offer for sale and sell to the
.w 3. .. inspiration for several lovely : held: dainty sandwiches :: Street for their daughter DeWitt C. Jones Service;: InoOwners. Chul"11) .\. Darby highest ladder for ('aflh. L hand, the
, ----'" patties in the past week. stuffed olives and snacks. P O Bos '71 Starke. Kla. Clerk of the Circuit aho\e describe property as the
Geraldine who was celebrating Dated this :27th day nf July A. D. Conrt property of said defendant to satisfy
Itv
1* Miss Ferrell Thomas Mrs. Eugene Goodge Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stallings and Among the 50 invited guests her 14th anniversary. 1959 at Starke Bradford County, Deputy: Marian Cleric L. Crosby eSt 'ution.
Mrs. Carl Johns and Mrs. Florida
*' daughter Miss Melissa Stallings were The party was held on the patio 7-30 ft 8-29:! P D. REDDISH
Is Inspiration For Holds Surprise PartyMrs. entertained at a cocktail party Albert Perreault and her daugh- and on the lawn where games 7jO-; -8,20 m Sheriff Bradford County

"', Miscellaneous Shower last Saturday evening at their ters Misses Jane and Anne Durkee. I dancing, and refreshments were I In The Clrrall C..rf Of Florida.UKbtb mi SMUI.\nFonn CLANS nr\Tr.COIKT.FLORID t U; 4t sXOTICK /:?
Eugene Goodge entertained home in Waldo for Miss Johns and The honoree was given a Daisy I erjoyed. Tommy Andrews and Judicial ("In.It, I. And :>O. 4-SOO OP "TF.'T10\
1 at a surprise birthday party Mr. Durkee. knife sharpener by her hostessesas For Bradford CvBBty. Jim ('"'a'tf't'1.:! DBA TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS *MBrcotic'
bride-elect I I Carol Searing received prizes for I I. ('baar.ry.Petition I HrownW ChateenJlirke. Is hereby given that the
for Mr.
Miss Ferrell Thomas, last Saturday evening a remembrance of the occasion. .
An attractive yellow and white being the most appropriately cos- of Annie Anderson for Florida Plaintiff Va!'co undersigned, under the provisions!!'
Of August 7, was the insp ration Goodge at their home 504 N. Sin- the adoption of Milton Floyd and torsytn Starke.! Florida, Defend of Chapter 20.93.'' Laws of Florida
color motif was achieved in the .tumed. Beverly Floyd. Minors ant with the
! clair street. Act of 1941. w ill register
for a lovely miscellaneous Mower floral arrangements with a bou- The Pecan Room of the Garden The Gays were assisted in serving To: Miller kloyd, 22 Snipe Street. I \OTICK OF HF.Rf'SLE Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and
given by a group of her friends The guests enjoyed games, a of the Restaurant was the Saturday set- Hilma Tanner. Schenectady, N Y. .Notice i* hereby; given that I, P. for Bradford County, Florida upon
quet blossoms center- by Miss .
the movie film and refreshments dur- same for bridesmaids'luncheon You are hereby noised that txtition I) P.eddivh. Sheriff of Bradford receipt of proof of publication of
Tuesday night last week at ting a lovely '
ing the refreshment table. has been filed in the rtto>e ounty. Florid. under and by vir- this notice, the fictitious name of
home of Mrs. G. C. Conner. ing the evening. given by Mrs. Carl L. Parents Host Party styled court: by Annie D Anderson tue of a writ. of Kxecution hereto 'urfnct Prlntin; Co, under which
I Among the 20 guests were the; The 40 guests included Mr. and Johns and Mrs. Doyle Conner in for the adoption of Milton Floyd fore issued cut of Small Claims I am engaged in business. at 861
Guests were greeted at the door folowing from out of town: Mr.! Mrs. Carl Johns, parents of the For Wedding Group and Bevely Floyd, minors, by the petitioner Court Hradford County, in the ahove I "empl Ave Stark *!*.
by Mrs. Connor and presented by honor of Miss Sandra Johns.A Annie B. Anderson and you styled rause.. I have levid upon '1..ry; (>n B. Arnold. jOlt E. South
Mrs. Earl Edwards to the honoree and Mrs. Z. M. Cowart and son.' bnde-to-be and Capt. and Mrs. white and yellow color motif are repaired to serve a copy of ;your the following property situate I I St, Starke F1a, owner.
David, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Albert Perreault of West Palm Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Morar Sr. Answer or Objections to show cane lying! and bean; in Bradford County. Dated this :3rd day of July. A.lb. .
in
attractively achieved the I' '
was
and her mother, Mrs. Ovid why said petition should not be Florida to-wit: J93S! at Starke. Bradford County.
; Thomas. Moody. Debbie and Steve Hard-' Peach parents of the bridegroomtobe. table decorations. An arrangementof o! Panama City were hosts at a granted on the attorney for petitioner section 31 Twp fi South Rge :2IK! !, FI..rida.
enbrook and Lawrence Moody of white gladioli and yellow pom- 'dinner party Wednesday evening,' A. J. Thomas Jr, P. O. Commence %%0' South from NW 7isasrlsrifriiy..i
The hostesses Drawer. 't:.:. Starke. -
assisted Florida and
were by
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. 5 Pecan Room of the .
poms graced the center of the Aug. in the file the original in the office of the
Mrs. Leroy Norman, Jr. and Mrs. Sidney Starlirg of State Farm. Miss Johns was honored at a luncheon table and a garland of Garden Restaurant honoring their Clerk l of the Circuit Court on or ATWilliams
Curtis Edwards. Io"ely luncheon Monday given by BIO and fiancee Miss before August 31. 1959.;!
I fern, interspersed with yellow son, his Herein Fail Not or a decree
Pink and white gladioli were ,Lone Troop 2 Scouts Mrs. A. N. Hclliday, Mrs. OL.. pompoms, extended the length of Agnes Lawson following their rfesso) will be entered against you.pro JewelryONE
used to advantage in decoratingthe Haynes, Jr. and Mrs. O.L. Haynes, the table. wedding rehearsal. Witness my hand and the seal of U i I'
said court in Starke, .
home for the occasion, with Lone Troop 2 of the Intermediate Sr. at' the home of the latter on Miss Johns presented personal The dining room was attractive 29 day of July 19;;'. Florida this

an arrangement of the blossoms Girls Scouts will meet Wednesday Water: street. gifts to her wedding attendants with arrangements of pink sensation (OFFICIAL SEAL. )
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centering the white lace covered)I afternoon, Aug. 19. at 3 Pink and white gladioli and and the hostesses presented the roses and white button CHARLES As Clerk \of DARDT.the said Circuit CARAT AND 2 POINTS

refreshment table. Cokes and cof- clock at the home of their leader pink candles in crystal holders honoree with a cup and saucer chrysanthemums in silver bowls.A r urt, .
fee were served with nuts, mints Mrs. R. B. Cauffman 319 N. were used to advantage in decor-! and salad plate of her chosen garland of fern extended down By Deputy Marian CLrkIB L. Crosby DIAMOND

and cake squat es. :Myrtle Ave. Flans will be made ating the party rooms for the oc- china pattern. the length of the table. -
Miss Thomas was presented for their trip to the Juliette Lowe casion. The 16 guests were seatedat Enjoying the affair with the Attending this delightful affair The; Circuit Judicial r..rt Circuit Of IB Floridar.Uh'b And 350

many nice and useful gifts. Foundation in Savannah. Ga. on four card tables. hostesses and honoree were thebrtfetobe's were members of the wedding For Hiadford C....y IB ChaareryM SOLITAIREA

Aug. 22. The hostesses presented the mother. Mrs. Carl ;arty immediate families and Elizabeth :P.).Chisholm.I2-T6I Plaintiff,

honoree with a piece of her china, Johns, Mrs. Albert Perreault of out-of-town guests. vs. William T. Chisholm. Defendant. REAL BARGAIN-ONLY

: Co ," '. as a memento of the occasion. West Palm Bach, mother of the :\OTU' TO \PPK\U
:.:::; ::: :'J$.rv"" 9 T I Viki Struth.Enjoys The State Of Florida To:
';:: :: ':'. bride-groom, and her daughters,
;:';; William! T. Chisholm. whose resideme -
rS i riHftr ::1' How to get nose Mrs. Sam Rosenberg and Miss' Misses Jane and Anne Durkee,I )12th Birthday PartyViki known.and post ofifce address is un See Us For Real Buys On Watches and

\ -krv IJ f<< % "Olite.a- blues" Della Rosenberg gave a delightful Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Misses I Ton are hereby notified that a DiamondsWE
,J :' year Coco-Cola party Tuesday morningat Joyce and Joan Scholl and Melissa I IStaJ1in Struth celebrated her Complaint has kern filed againstyou
... J I In the above named Court
,.....i. f,. i. jj.. If( meeting property insurance premiums their Kingsley Lake home hon- 5. twelfth birthday last Friday witha I wherein the Plaintiff seek a divorce -
.:: ''.: :::'::' on aa annual basis is giving slumber party and hamburgerfry You are required to file your ARE AN AUTHORIZED) BULOVA DEALER-
Sink Has answer or other defences if any.
Miss Ferrell Thomas Cindy I
., .? you budget trouble" our new for three friends. in the office of the Clerk of the Cir

;., r' ...,,::,.::..' monthly payment flan is for you. Weds Thomas ReamesMr. Slumber PartyCindy .
::: Now you CM pay for insurance oo

your home, car: business and other and Mrs. Ovid Thomas announce Sink: had a slumber partyat .. .v.. v ," .. .., a .. .< MM.MR-..r._-" "' ',
'poperty .-. the convenient "by the month" way. Call us for the marriage of their her home in Sara tola Helhts ; ; : : ,t
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details about a monthly payment plan for you. Do it now! daughter Ferrell Virginia, to Wednesday evening of last week. fli f eYo OWMaffress" Month

Thomas A. Reames, son of Mr. Attending: were:: Betsy Matthews, <" ". .
and Mrs. Paul Reames- Lynn Dayton Harriett Loudon
Harold C. WaD Agency The wedding took place last and Linda Patterson. r.

Friday evening In Lake Butler, r"

200. E. Call Street Dial WO 44801fSmfHiif'A performed by Rev. Allen E.

i J; I. Youn?.
*H tttotd'irelasuraneeCotnpaayGrou The couple are residing in a I !

house Starke.trailer at 514 Alton Road. 1 Cuk1e' ?* :


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VOTE FOR Billy Harper .. i I krU ., ,

Has Swim PartyBilly
I, an all-new

'EARL Harper whose 11th birth-
F. MILESFOR
day anniversary was July 30, cele- allfabricDRVER I
brated with a swim party at

Kingsley Beach Aug. 1.
Guests were some of the mem- f
bers of his little league baseball

team Glenn Crews, Barry Smith,
4r' $&*** that's"reallu
: M Richard Weinwright;' Wayne I i,. '
rCHcgp POLICE Chitty. Lewis and R. G. Harper:
i
also! Mr. and Mrs. Russ Cadell and '

Billy's grandfather Robert Harperof BUDG1PRICED

Tampa. Refreshments of hot :
1.r' ,
VOTE docs,. hamburgers, potato chips, .1 tt ;m
FOR A
cake and soft drinks were served. .A" '>.

QUALIFIED MAN Miss Sarah Woodburn


Surprised With PartySarah

Your Vote and Support Will Be Woodburn celebrated her

16th birthday anniversary Saturday rt

Appreciated evening vhen her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Woodburn, entertained r'J
at a surprise party for

street-her at their home. 1115 Pratt 1


The Woodburn home was attractive -
t
for the occasion with arrangements -

jERITHIN S of mixed summer .. pv
flowers. The refreshment table

was covered with a lace cloth with

the punch bowl at on end and a
pink and white birthday cake at
h Mod,1 DSH
the other endGames s r' 4. .1
were played during the 4 k M ero'. 1 ri 1.F a
1
evening and prizes were awardedto EASYCAVALIER W
the winners.Mr. .

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'- tl' -- DRYERAttoMfkSffitf I wt % o i f0r 1

SLEEK _
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hIIy AIt atk n.-'

I OowSwWbiMvtiH '
nrrTra :
SIper-CapIdty Drybg(yfWtr

and Mrs. Charles Myers of S lo&ad..a Efttnid frisk
Jacksonville a son born in St.

Vincents Hospital, Aug. 10. Ma- r
r.+ ace= tt.as 1 ternal grandparents are Mr. and As Low As

Mrs. Junius Smith of Starke.
, Csytoesn? Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robertsonof

#* $ Doctor's Inlet," a daughter,

Doctor's Frances Ellen Hospital., born Aug. 10 at $169.95 TIME TO RENEW YOUR REST WITH THE. '. ,

.\ Dr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Renfroeof -- ,

.egetefealaw,tai.I Start At Jacksonville a daughter, Kim- New, EasyonyourBudgetTerms BEST OF THEM ALL -
$ -).aaio..Yita11 +)i berly Elaine, Aug. 9, at Riverside ,

'17..* Portable rte' $17995ICTOR Hospital, Jacksonville. Paternal ....
grandparents are Mr and Mrs. L.
lttiltua-* L Renfore of Starke. Gas or Electric


tt j, Bradford County Hospital an- I : ,
nounces the following births: Service ALLAppliances
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... -- ---=--- --y--"' Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Mengof on
.... .> w MIN d f---J \,: tri& beeal4F b'. Hampton, a son, Thomas Leon- .... : ';.

hfRi YtdIiD Wfl. A..ah.- kkiig) ) ard, Aug. 5. .,,,,

JIl1Ihe Qli1R ft0ed Sow yo .get ark Mrand Mrs. Herman Nettlesof

F.-'ir ptlol soeales t !DflBBt 8300SHEPHERD'S Starke a son. Michael Edward,
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Aug. 6. ..' '
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salabgipbrAli. l. ,. r la. Mr.Hawthorne and Mrs.a daughter Clyde Beckhamof Amelia V I "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER
:ra- AT"I
=. ..- j} ,: -It1llaaa Jean. Aug. 9. I
J Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chism of
tt ffiillr$1t l
Starke,a son Robin Gerard. Aug.

: 9.Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher of enmark FurnitureFree Coo

Starke, a daughter. Marica Gaye, .

Aug. 10. :
Mr. and Mrs. James Dyal of

RADIO & TV Lake Geneva, a daughter Terri

Suzanne. Aug. 11.

Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin C. Holt- Delivery OF STARKE Free DeliveryJ
zendor!, Jr., Starke. a son. Rich- C

ard Daniel: Aug. 12. ye

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editorial i t -1 Mi C. Thomas, 36, Kate C. Killingsworth rITEtSTATES )1AR:;
34LK' Southern l>i?trid of
,. Farmer's Diary'By Native Of Starke -Year-Old Resident Ill virtue ft a Judgement of
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_.- -. i i.9i'ed out of the
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Dies Mate District Coart for the
In Dies
MichiganMr.
SaturdayMrs. ern District of Florida on the <<
; Sam McGurey day of Julr US?, notk-e Is
Nixon Changes TuneThe M. "I\"f'n that I Kill Holt by public
C. Thomas, a native of Kate Cooper Killingsworth. .
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is i"n for cash, on Friday the
holly known
pen here as the Starke, died Sunday Ann Arbor,. 81, of Starke. died in a local hospital dry of August, 1!">>. at 12.00

,strangest thing about Mr. Krushchev's Christmas berry.. M'ch. after a lingering illness. He Saturday morning followinga r.nintr Coon- at''*ourth the door"ul'('.of Starke.the

upcoming visit to the United States is that Vice wv'36 years old and had been a orief illness- She was a memberof the 3 .Soon Ravhel Steel
There is a good of .. Law"V
crop' hay, '
life insurance agent for most of the Baptist Church. She was Tanl i 1- 6: 7' Screw ( '
President Richard M.
(Tricky Dicky, as he is but the cattlemen are having a lofof and 10 H p Motor. 1 ]
his working life. rom March
10, 1878 in Fort Screw and 3 H.P }
fonteyor
sometimes called) Nixon was the man who laid trouble harvesting it. Trying :
Surviving are his wife Alice, Gaines Ga.. and was the daughter as it i I" now stored at Florida
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groundwork;; and set the stage for it. to guess the weather now is a-job, Hat"her, Brooker Floria
of the late
:Marcus A. and
Niles Lake, Mich. mother, Mrs.
for inside of an'hour a' showercan ; T-t>nt. United States! Marshal
Only two'elections.ago Hr. Nixon was fuming appear from nowhere. Herter! L. Thomas, Starke; two Katherine Narramore Cooper. 8-13 2t

and fussing across the political stage telling the daughters, Mary Lou of Jacksonville Surviving arc two grandaugh-

gullible voters that the Democrats had gone soft Got to talking to some of the In case haven't and Di Ann of Indiana; one ters. Miss Floried Killingsworthan !s'1\1,'. O.\IM roTRT.
you realized
:: pecan growers this week and the it, Mrs. James H. Dennis bothof FORt ('01 >Tt. KI.ORIU.
on Communism, insinuating that our leaders were concensus of opinion is that there we are now in the Dog Days and son, M. C., Jr. of Niles, Mich.; \n. 5.vwJ
Starke and five grandchildren,
;
parlor: pink if npt outright red. will be from a "fair" to a "good" it is hot and humid and even the four Cecil brothers.all of Starkeand R. I*, Ressie Mallory and all of Starke. GnW''M"LVater tj.wtey.!!', dba Florida.J, U. W

We remember how effective this Republican crop. It is supposed to be, anyway, dogs are having a tough time. Thomas, Jr. of Lakeland; and Funeral services were held Mon- u_ J-i1ar: Williams P.OX 124
They, at least, -
find
inspired propaganda was against Roosevelt in regard according to the schedule as last can a cool three sisters Miss Odessa Thomas. day at 11:00 a. m. at the DeWittC. .
spot dig a hole and lie
to his talks with Stalin season was an "off" year. down and Jones Chapel in Starke with
at Yalta. We re- 0 take it easy, while we have' to get U. S.Na"yMrs.. Oletha Manning when you needRELIABLE
member how effective it was against Harry Tru- Heard that one of our cattle- out and scratch for a living. Whoever ol Starke: and Mrs. Ovida Nome the Rev. Lewis D. Haines. pastorof ,
the Starke First
Baptist
man and Dean Acheson in regard to losing Chinato started that of Kingsland. Ga.
saying-a dog'slife
men, Troy Bennett, has some trouble Church, Officiating. Burial was in
Communism. And remember Services will be held Friday at :
we what Mr. SERVICE
penning his cows for theBang's the family plot in Crosby Lake GAS
_- 2:30 in the Church of Christ,
Nixon and his buddies did to Adlai Stevenson disease test. That's one of ,: p. m. Cemetery.

with their corney campaign slogan: "Communism the troubles with the Brahman While we are practically Ignor- with burial following in the Cros- Pallbearers were W. T. Jackson

Korea and corruption. rattle, and Troy isn't the only one ant and getting more so from day by Lake Cemetery. James Lewis Eldon Hardy. Jeff THINK OF SLADE| GAS :
to have difficulty in handling to day, it does seem to us that DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
,W\ also remember the foul, and unfair. cam- them. Over at the State Farm sooner or later something is goingto will handle the funeral arrange- Tom Lewis.Edwards.Freeman Register 0 Jr. and

paign tactics used by Mr. Nixon when he dragged they had a rig built for holding ft have to be done about the ments. TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP

Helen Gahagan Douglas through this mire of cow for treatment, and one of thebig drainage.in this county. We h ve Solomon" W. Kite 53
trumped-up Communist innuendo and succeededin old 'Humpbacks" promptly become interested in the problem Young Philadelphians PHONE WO 43551DOLORIS'

winning her seat in Congress. busted it to pieces. from the standpoint of the entire former: Resident Dies,
Stars' Paul NewmanAs
0 co'inty; for it will not solve the .
We remember too how Tricky- Dicky was a We want to add our congratulations situation to merely get the water Fighting. a Lawyer- In Tampa HospitalSolomon I'

: headline-hunting member of the House Un-Amer-- to Leaton Morgan Jr. for off one, section and dump it on
ican Activities W. Kite, 53, a nativeof BEAUTY SHOP
Committee long before Senator being named the outstanding soil another. Paul Newman and Baroara ,
e starke, died in a Tampa nos-
I Joe McCarthy \ muscled in on the conservation co-operator in the Rush head a powerful cast m The
pital Saturday. Kite had lived in
: act and made political hay with the Communistsmear. state. While talking to him this There'has been some talk aboutIt. Young Fniladelphians, Doming to Tampa for 13 MAIN STREET LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
years.
week, he said-he had plans to set particularly after the, flood in the Florida Theatre Sunday ana
-.l berries around the first of next March, but as they said in the : He is survived by three brothers -
Mr. Nixon has Monday. Back/ To School Specials
frequently been-described as a month including a new strain of 6CS meeting last week, it's like ; Kenneth of Tampa Harold of
man with a wet finger in the wind, waiting to seeN the Florida 90. the affair of the leaking roof- Newman stars as a. brilliant Jacksonville and Perry of Starke; '

which way it will blow. In those campaigns of when it rains is a poor time to repair young lawyer who bas to fight and one sister. Mrs. Dorothy Martin -
and daw his the in From 5.00
wayto top of $ :
yesteryear it was blowing with anti-Communism The new berry is called the it. and when it is clear the Philadelphia society despite th e Tampa.YOU'LL

fanaticism, so Mr. Nixon bent that, way. Now Florida 90 Blue Tag ;and Leatons roof isn't leaking..'. fact that he carries one of the LOVE fire new E.tf'Pbrook

Mr. Nixon who aspires to succeed Mr. Eisenhower s -. } it is similar to the old plant most illustrious names! in the parse-size fountain pent ID PHONE HY 6.2241KOCH
See where at last
'j h' as president, senses that the wind is blowing that except are that not so u pointed produces, and berries more sounded off about the someone poultry sit-has -Main Line" .set.. Barbara Kusn pastel ahad .. Only $3.09 at Bradford ,

OD, a-note of "peaceful coexistence" with' Russia like the old Missionary. uation. In the story, the writerattributed is the girl who has everything the County Telegraph.

:' so..the.. .pliable. Richard.. -seeks, to build himself up .' the____ trouble__ _____ to n _market______ easyi!way through inheritance.
poimcauy oy playing footsie with the criminal Our dog Pete and our little male' manipulation-whereby .the- p fee. The supporting cast includes
Kremlin clique. cat. Tom Thumb took off on a or eggs' controlled:by'' a 'groupt' :Diane Brewster of Samantha
J vrho have things all their own spree last week and were "gone for'
.Ir. Nixon's .
trip to Russia like his ill-fated
". two days and nights. Pete got' wlOy. series, and veteran actress DRUG Store
venture into South America a.couple, of *
yearsago.was i hone! first and he was a very Alexis Smith who yearns lor a

i ,made enhance his, chances.of..getting tired..mutt., The cat took longerto We personally ran into an instance young lover despite her marriage -

his party's nomination for ,the presidency find: his 'way home. and wet of this not long ago when i to a successful lawyer.McGarveYf .

y But. this strategy- could, boomerang.: sSome;:: Rfe-r t I VI'OIJderecUrcats are able to mate watermelon buyer admitted that v i "
"NEW\ SELF SERVING !
IIll publican leaders are already beginning to wonder their way home as surely as dogs the buyers were banded toother: i Morgan

::llII:, whether Nelson Rockefeller, who has made !do; Little Tom was"all tired out to "break the market. Perhaps :
never too find both looked as wise as a this! Is a natural situation, but it ]Elected Conservation
: us$:of the Communist issue, wouldn't be less .. ..'
vun- doeS
:
occur1 that the grower
.bunch] of owls but said nothingof us
N' nerable. as a candidate. their escapade. is note ot less helpless 1 when trying District OfficersOfficers

', Regardless of the moral rights or wrongs of to single-banfledly! buck anorganized'group elected Thursday by the :Brings Jacksonville Prices

inviting the. Communist kingpin .Washington, Now we'velearned that the ; 'out to beat down Board of Supervisors of BradfordSoil YOU

whjere he will be wined and dined and given' the shrub we have identified as YauThirty pikes for its advantage. Conservation District were

.,. fatted-calf; treatment, Mr. Nixon and Mr. Eisenhower Sam McGarvey chairman, and 1

:. have surrendered once and for all the thing- is true' today.555 Leaton Morgan Jr.7ce chairman. : FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
t i t a
I. "gii ilt by association" Morgan: wno is serving hIS first
'they used
ef-
weapon so-
uta Ten members of the boys bas-
term as a will receivea
supervisor '
N. feciively against the Democrats. They have also ketball'teani"received medals
gold certificate of merit at.the '
y1 annual -
given the American people,a revealing glimpse of at''graduation"exercises in 1934: .state association meeting to CARNIVAL t SAVING

'." the two faces of -Mr1. Nixon. We hope that the OfT" Joe- Shuford; captain; Norman 'be held in Tallahassee this month.
,, image sticks. Johns Lacy FutchJ Holcomb
':He :swas-chosen'Ijy; the Ui tnct .
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The w "" 7 -
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Overstreet Edward Wattiwnght Board as the outstanding farmer- ,1.0.. t. .... 1" _
:. f 'i' Olin Bedenbaugh, Sumter Harley, ..-. \-
cooperator for his sySTem of ov.
Past Edwin Torode and'William Woot-
.: Kbep Us Rolling rn-. recommended er crop usage, program and following for the his PINT, 200 89c DOAN"SKIDNEY

Although we sympathize with the H \\ \t ; farm.
contractor taxpayers appeared before The ALCOHOL ASPIRIN PILLS
who is. doing the four-laning U. S. 301, because the Board of Equalization'in qmas.Williams Board member Z..W. Hamilton

!' he .has. certainly been.plagued.by bad weather, 1934 to protest their tax assessments Diea Last :WIn ete 1f. and Soil Conservationist Bill Haas

I. vie also agree that he has a responsibility to do one man advanced the Local Hospital which will also'the'local attend group the will meeting receivea at 19c[ I 79c 59c

W. all within his power to keep the residents and unique theory that because he plaque for winning second
placein
., b.isinesses.located along the highway from being hac been unable make a living Thomas Smith Williams, 76, ther recent Goodyear 'l'ire'' & -
on'his farm the place was worth Starke, died in a local hospital
unnecessarily hampered
in
carrying their
on nor- Rubber Co. contest The awards
less and should therefore be'assessed Friday evening following a brief '
mal activities. were made on the 'basis of the
nothing Maybe he wasn't illness-

II. The contractor has undertaken a job.,for. which far from wrong. Back in 1934 Mr.: Williams was born in Mon- district doing the most to advance IBio'POWDER

n'. he is to be paid, and has an obligation to do, plenty of farm land was going etta, S., C. December 14, 1882, the soil and water conservationfor 73C

everything in his power to keep from putting begging for want of a buyer. son'bf the late Thomas S. and the".year 1 195S-W. I :

,,lk these residents and business men to extra expense 'S. Americus Holstein Williams. Hew I r

*" or danger or inconvenience while carrying Mrs. Lorena Epperson was s a'memberof> the Presbyterian Phillip's

on his contracted work. In an interview with Worthy Matron of the local Eastern Church; and was a retired produce 1 Egg Shampoo pkg 12c-

,1.. The Telegraph last week the contractor said he Star 25 years ago. The Chap- broker. '_ [ilk of f Magnesia 57c
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ter was welcoming the Worthy Surviving: are one daughter NEED ) -
was that
1'jt; doing just although he had been beset Grand Matron, and young Starke Mrs. Margaret W Davis of

by the worst weather conditions ever experienced lassies assisting on this occasion Starke; three sons, -Yancy S., I Yam

: in his road building career. were: Mary Alice Yarbrough, Betty Sharpesburr.; Ga.;' Thomas S.. Jr., '

Recently a number of residents who live on the Sewell, Wanda Pearce, Betty Miami; and'Capt M. Williams, MONEYSCHOOL '

'" loop road running from U. S. 301 north of Law- Hayes, Marjorie Manning, Janet who Force is stationed at- Robbins Air VETO. w t s c 27c 'HairCondfti thilg.' 49*
Base, Ga.
and nine grand- i
Anderson
Me'ba
:, tey to the Rosier road said they had been shut Silcox, Helen children. r ..
Krase. .. -
Hilda Searing, and
.,,1 off from the northern entrance of 301. Between Shirley Funeral services were held Mon- r .
Montgomery.
.;', 25 and 30 families live on this road. Mrs. G. W. Roberts Serving, punch Mrs. W.were'EL- day at 4 p>-m. at the DeWitt C. FOR ASST. NATIONAL BRAND

At least one resident who lives on the west Torode, and Mrs. William Norris.Economyminded Jones Chapel 1no Sarkeith the r SHAMPOO only 9c

:II: side of the highway and must cross the new right S. Rev. Barry Van Deventer of the 1 .

". of way for access to his home was for a while en- County Commissioners -, First-Presbyterian Church officia- -

H. tirely 'cut off and forced to park on the shoulder were trying to trim ting: Burial was in' the family -
plot,hi Kjngstey Lake Cemetery. .. .
of the highway which is their 1934-35 budget, although ?* r
illegal. It
also cost him tJr:: ,J" ,.Mw' CANNON .
BAR B $
to be of costs then seem negligible as compared \ $1.00 -R SLiCE POP' UP
money pulled out the bog when attempting Flynt .Farmers
:'. to get from his home to the highway. For with those of today. For I BOOKS? 4 .TOASftR I
instance, the General Fund expenses -- Should{ )KeepAccurate TOWELS TOOLS
3
.. foot.a while he had no access to his home except by 25 years ago totaled $11.462 RecordsFlorida ,

as compared with $144.272 for 1 ri'

u Perhaps these are isolated hardship cases, and the 1959-60 budget. The Fine and farmers are urged to 39k S9ct"a I : : .1
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no one will argue with the contractor about the Forfeiture Fund expense for"1934- .
II< maintain accurate records of their t ';._ L J' '- A.-t
adversity of the weather since January 1. If the 35 was estimated at $7,660, as farm operations throughout this .> _--119.95 -

t1 rains continue, however, the. road-builders must compared with $80,130 today. The year because of the five-year agri : t
LOANS
". continue their efforts to do "everything possible" "Mother's Pension Fund" was* culture census tone? taken 1 this ElectricPERCOLATOR 2-Cell Without Batteries

I*' to keep such instances at a minimum during the budgeted at $1,200 in the 25yearago -. fall, according to Nathan Mayo

", trying and prolonged period of construction. item.'c.. .J.! Commissioner of Agriculture. 9.95t FLASH LIGHT 39'c1HERMOS
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.. r Purpose' of the 19S1! Census of -
Other budget increases noted :
Agriculture is to find out the nature UP TO
ft '' over the quarter century period .
and extent of the many important
Roger Babson are: $900 for Commissioners sal-
it Speaks changes that have taken '
aries then, and $ .OOO today; $400 place since the last in FOOD ( IDGS.1-3
census HOPPER off
"J; We're not bragging the words are Roger annually' for utilities [lights, wat- 1954! Data from the census is theba..qg $600 98c : .
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fuel '
er ) then, and $3,500'today. 9 \ : T' "' _
: Babson's not ours. But.cororer's-fees for programs of the U. S. r t..a.a>aa.. f
r The famed financial advisor said today-stand the Department of.. Agriculture, congressional -
that
!lL. he considered that newspapers, whether recently large. years county ago.only The$50 more present now than 21. farm' legislation and '
budget farm organization policies. DISCOUNT OFF ON ALL
"I dailies or small weeklies, gave their readers the figure is $250. compared with' The information given by the 40 % .
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greatest value of any article or service offered to $200 then. Apparently violent farm producers cannot be used

iH: consumers. deaths increased are much one thing that haven't for any other purpose than statistical "Folks Find Us SHEAFFER: SNORKEIJ PENS
'"' over the years.
"Furthermoresaid Mr. Babson, "it would ben S. and cannot be turned over Friendly"LO&tHNME .
a pretty poor community that did-not have a pap- Receiving honor badges from to tax. agencies or investigating I, S r -

,"' er. Next to the churches, a newspaper is a town's_ National WOW headquarters in groups.About Mr.two Mayo weeks said. We have three registered pharmacists on duty in"Order .
:
before the PHONE
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11 fit.i most valuable asset. 1934 were J. W. Morgan, J. F. farm census gets underway, the { to serve you best. Bring your .prescriptions to U3.Pay -

,.. Colley, G. W. Alderman W. E. postoffice will distribute a quest- / % t\ less andget the '> est. With our large volume of pre WO 44401-'

n"N Middleton D. E. Knight, and S- ionnaire to each box holder i scription-filling we buy'most of direct "
R- on our drugs from FREEDelivery
.. Johns who had completed 25
:* ** rural routes. COMP4NY116N.
:.. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH- years of service. to. the. local Camp. to fill out fqrms Fanners and win the be enum asked for factory.Less Money.Thus you\ are assured of New, Fresh Drugs ) Service*'

Es?. 187S entarill review the answers :. Walnut Street .
From a 1934 Issue of
The Tele-
o I '. FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY 1rzw3n. graph: "There isn't a vacant with the form.the farmer when he picks up Doors From Post Office) :

'. PAPER PUBLISHED COXTHOrBLY house for rent In Starke. That Mayo 12
said that Florida farmers
PHONES
*' speaks pretty wen for l I
I' UND> - the town but it is hard on "TO 4-0101 and WO 4-0111() Drug Store
;: PlMhk.* Each Tk... pad Emter4 M See*.t Clmmm Matter newcomers who the census- by beginning now to .r.i a f

at tk. rout Office at Stark*, FU. .Cu Act .1 Mar. 3. 1ST' place to hang their are hats.looking" History for a-- SQWGCBf gather records.arnr products on their sold-farm tins re- f perita IWJ..Mgi .

must repeat itself for the same year and related farm activities. l .

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BRADFORD COUNTY 1ELEGBAPH, STABKE, FLORIDA" PMT n\1I

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.. tablespoons to the' 10 gal. More or] Airg. 22. I want''to go so ;badly M* wig Defendant. I As the property of the ,o.1 l 4 the Authority!'tfd in me ty COif J"J.F"l.* H.":(.T I IJr.XFTJ
less will not harm. Why not start 1 that tears come in my eyes. I do A on re OP $HERIFF-S MI.B n...-..,! d--f-ndjiit: and that on the Lav. d" hrMiy rail an Ilenlion to C DUNilARKHALL I
Notice Whereby given that I. P. i d.y of Sept. U 5J. between I hehours o0 co held at the Fir. Station in the SilF.LLIF:
: making a quilt for your daughter?'I not know that I can get away. I U. P.tddiek, Sheriff of Fra-lford I 1'i.,gai. of sale naiwly, eleven .for*...aid Town b> Qualified \ tere KAY STONE
tl Now that she is small. Each dress ask Don if I could go and he re- County, Florida. under and by virtue VIoi. K in the furenuoo and two 6'- on Tuewlav.. September X. A. D.. JOHN nOIJIX
If a writ of Execution heretofore cia k in the afternoon, On said day .,;9. for OIK purpose of clotting the PET THALLERALBERT
you make, choose a pattern and plied.I don t know.1t is accord- issued
: out of Small Claims Court. at the East djr of the Court Howe rQII"-in i.eraNE FOSTERJIIIS
make a quilt block of the scraps ing to what happens and who Btnilford County: in the above styled in Bradford C>unty. Florida. I will ) : M.\HII. FOR TWO YF.\.._ U C SMITH
canto, I have levied the fol- offer for sale and sell to the hilohII.pt -
left from her dress. When she is dits. could I to upon OXE PITT CLKHK. TREASCHKIt IX ,
-S : and who get help tawibg property situate, lying and l>idd.T for cash in hand. .the I, TEST11IONY WHEREOF
t L L4TT grown set them all together and Don? I cannot go and leave him b to-vw inj? :in Bradford County. i above described, property. of said defendant T.SSF.LUCTOIL Fon'On TWO AND TExnn TAX<.COU- | I NAME MEKerXTO AND CAI'SE SCKSCRIUB TUB SEAL MY pFTHC
Florida'j said execution.
to
quilt it. Make a wonderful mem- sith this heavy load. I satisfy. >\ CHIEF OF POLICE FOR!j SAID{ TOWN TO BE HEREno' -
: Ail that portion of Blo'k I'D. REDDISH TWO TBARS.I7KOIP ,.
DONCA4. N! t ory quilt. AFFIXED THIS 21 DAT OF
/I, : When you read this the summer Lawtey a' per map or plat recordd '' Sheriff Bradford Connty. Fla. IV ONE ALDEUMAX.l I'JULY. A. D, 1919.OFFIC1L .
BANANA CAKE. 3-4 cup shortening win be about gone. My little wren In PnWtfc' Herords of Bradford ,' By LOCA NORMAN. l>. S FOR TWO YEAR. E\L)
'J' Wherein the busy days of sum- country that was new to us. It is County. Florida which lies East' of 8/6 4t 8,27; I UKOUP V oNE ALDERMAN,I' Wi I.LI AM T. JACKSOX, MAYOR
mer fly by. I have company and I 21-4 cups sugar. 2 cups sings outside my window. The State Road 2Ji and containing 03 FUR TWO YUAHS ATTEST
the cattle country. Great nerds of sifted cake flour, 1 } teaspoons zinnias flaunt; their colors along acre, more or less all lyins andbeing \Viliiam l T. .lack"",, Mayor: I vf 'XSPKCTORS; FOR SAID ELECTU CARL JOHNS CITY CLERK
take a trip to the western part Herefords and Black Angus cattle in Bradford County. Florida City of Starke. .Florida by virtue I f >\. '.' it 9,9;,
of the state to attend Aunt Mat- baking powder, 3-4 tsp. salt, 3 the garden edge. The turnips are I
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I were feeding or resting as the egjs, 11-8 tsp. baking soda 6,up and white radishes for fall -
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sun peeped over the horizon. We tablespoons of milk, 1 \2 cup eating. My heart is gay and I donut -
There is no death the stars go saw a coyote cross the road in
mashed bananas : know when I
I vanilla. Cream was ever so ? II
down front of us. I shall never forget i
shortening and sugar. Add eggs happy.
To shine upon some fairer"that first early morning ride i one at a time Beat. Add flour,' God bless you every one.

t' shore through the dawn with my good salt, baking powder milk, and LOVE. MOTHER LURA THE CHURCH ,FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH I
Don. The very air seemed fresher I
And in the heavens eternal bananas alternately. Beat well. 2'' 1
I and better out there in God's
ralmpI : pans. 8 in. I made one of these At The TabernacleThe !
w. We passed schoolhouses
country
country.
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cakes for .
my birthday. It was
I They shine forever more.
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and I loved each house
I do not know just who wrote I
We ate another breakfast at Bur- good.My Sponsor; of the Gospel ,
a' tie; above lines I always think of ,wrtl. They were all delighted and garden is producing lots of Tabernacle delivered the message 'I
: !7fem and repeat them over after I vegetables at this time. It is sucha Sunday morning his subject being >
happy to see us. Aunt Mattie J1i J1ij !
t?ch clear person has passed delight now to cook. We j
on..TMs have "Jacob and His Family and t ,
looked lovely in her last sleep in a ; Y YCa
reek Don and I had a free mostly vegetables and cheese His Sojourn in Egypt." 4
beautiful casket of steel. We had ylP
day. I called it Liberation for our meals We III IIIIII
Day. now. have had
dinner at a lovely home at 11:30 Having just returned from
This is my: fourteenth summer in some hot weather, but right now
and funeral at 2. I enjoyed every North Carolina, where he and : t
Nebraska. In all these years. Don it is cool. I am out on the sun
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moment and Don has such wonderful Mrs. three Y .C
Quigley spent weeks
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I and. I have never got to go any- porch where I can look down on ._ III IIIill
cousins. :
Mr. Quigley reported much activ- d. k
i when together only to a brother's my garden. My bean poles are \ n i&ft I\
I ity the churches there.
Since I needs must stay homeso among
homre I *
t who is now dead. Out west covered with vines- A cardinal has r
I here !in the close with business you may I built The" Quigleys visited Baptist camp
sand hills lived Aunt its nest against the fork of
well know how much I meetings, Christian! camps, secular
enjoyed
Matte: She ,the bean I ill
was beloved sister of pole tent. It sings and
t>"n's father. this one day of freedom.I sings. The camps for different age groups ,,;u .a Y rn
She
and wrote toe male bird sings at n"
;>, h c'her as long as she was able had a nice birthday. I was 62. dawn so sweetly. My heart is filled [mountains.and other interesting spots in the illI

to write. She was 92 and last Saturday 'That is another feeling of free- with joy and great thanksgiving
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i' night: passed: away. We were I roin, for now I can draw my Social as I awaken to hear the birds sing. PINE LEVEL SPEAKER I

i I lucky that Don's daughter from Security when Don sees fit.I In the evening before I go' to bedI .
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r California was visiting us. She rot about 36 birthday cards and read the devotional for the next ,. Dr.. Frank Godso. former Dean 1 1I

said! she would stay and take care nice gifts I opened early in the toy. I am at peace with, myself of the, Bible Baptist Seminary of 1I I

of tfamss while we went to the morning. Yes life is wonderful for and the world as I say my prayers. ,Fort Worth. Texas will speak at I

II funeraL On Monday morning we me out here in the west. I ,Our daily paper from Sioux City 'ail services at Pine.. Lev l, Baptist :

started at 3 a. m- It was cool at Helpful Hints. Add baking soda leas on the front page in the upper Church next Sunday August i

this hour and not too much traf- : to fresh-rendered lard to keep it left.hand corner, "Prayer For I 16. I

I fic. By daYlight we were over in j I from becoming rancid 3 heaping I Today" These prayers are all I The public is invited to come. ea t I,
soot in by readers.
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en hand for them to choose from. CARD OF THANKS > al :a .

FIRST BAPTIST Church We i When they have need and wantto Our heartfelt: thanks to all who y : j! Atih V

convey a certain thought they extended comforting sympathy I

use one of my prayers. In today's and help in our recent sorrow. Far I Ii
I Rev. Lewis! D. Haines Pastor
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paper: was one of mine. It was: i the beautiful service, flowers and I .

Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town !"Dear God help us never to be I other kindnesses, we are deeply I}

.Phones: Office WO I fvrful or anxious, but take our:: ,grateful. We.. wish especially, to ; Y
4.6801Pastorium WO 9.2301 i rrouest to Thee." Amen. I love to :thank Dr. Felos. Father Dougherty ,

SUNDAY 'make up these prayers of one the and DeWitt
SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. pallbearers C.
sentence.My :Jones Funeral Home.-The family THE CHURCH FOR ACV..,
, Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin : grandson has just two more fAITH AU. FOR fait enwoe
, gUnion 6:45 P.M. of FMclo CarusoMethodist the of
weeks at Culver Military Academy leap The Clutch k dvfKacor boot as
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. then he will be home. I have his ... j't dnbfctftke. 6Wd.n of cWiftr*Mxi

picture in uniform and he is a Laymen good CKocMtt. k *. HCiMimiit .f
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU !very handsome young man of 17,, a pmrai mlc+ Wi&cBt 1 era*
tail and straight. He so much I The Methodist Laymens meetingof Church.& dcmocaemet uifkn
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH .....
wants me to come back to Ind..nafor the Gainesville District was tag rag That we four wad
The has faith in his "chute." The fCUOM *W ".V (MCKM rfttuU M
a visit when he gets held at the T. H. Slade home paratrooper
homej j Wednesday' afternoon. Mr.+, Slade f motorist has faith in his brakes. The shopper has toll"" a Bfubdr..J. MCPOK*e
-faith in the brand-name she buys. AU (4 96 ttetcis GurdThnamc0liborhsw.akt.our .
was host at dinner to the .20 faith a hundred times a day C) for 6a. d 1dIa'._e. 01 For Ac
member following the meeting. ..hol""b*manamt tot BMIOB. M
JULY Religious faith is like its everyday tousin. his the For the..l*of*c Ckach+kttU..U*

, CARD OF THANKSWe same implicit reliance the same daring confidence. tetk .U( BOO! MM) matted c ncPbn
WAS too p church wlv% 4f*<
I are sincerely grateful to all Religious faith comes when we seek it. But there ta. tlrbic tlda, I
( is always the leap. Man has t* step from his worldly _
L RED HOT who extended comforting sympathy floor into the spiritual ipaee where Cod reveals his 0.,; ... NI4' \
, and help in our recent sor power and love He must decide to believe what be s.aa.: tla.ast t N.

row. For the beautiful service cannot prove! -. Monday Bebn ... I
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I Inoral offerings: and other kindnesses -
we deeply Like the'leap of the paratrooper the leap tl faitb tatai ICmAmTbondar = ,:::
are grateful
begins months earlier in careful, training.The Friday .....r II sa'A
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Soil Conservation
These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service


HI 'M N-E-W-S By Bill Haas

Soil Conservation Service JOHN A. TORODEDISTRIBUTOR
GASOLINE GREASE
Cars
Soil and capability maps have

been received for L. M. Pearsan.D. FUEL OIL FOR KEROSENE
: C. Nettles Seeber Moody J. M. .

;pt USED Dyer, and L. C. Sapp. These maps LUBRICATIONOILS MINERAL

win i be used to develop complete .
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AT soil and water conservation farm SPIRITS

plans. ____
The important feature of a soil '

STARKE'S I and water capability map is thatit FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES II
OLDEST USED CAR
.. DEALER shows the location of the d't- II
ferent types of soils on the farm :
and places them in land capability FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL III

STANLEYNOEGEL'S classes as to treatment for improvement Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla. '
.. The Soil Conservation ,
Service uses the soil and capability

\ maps as a base for All completesoil II

and water conservation farm I

plans.The District's roto-cycle moweris W. T. JACKSOJ'l' WESTERN AUTO RALPH HUBBARDBookkeeping I

still bus : C. R..Bradford >used > and Income TaxService I

I it to mow his pasture and Vin- Mayor of Starke Associate .Store

II I cent Smith used it on his pastures. '\ .

. Wth aO this wet weather weeds

are a problem in pastures. They I
should be mowed before they produce -
GEM
\ seed. Denmark Furniture Co. Sam Rosenberg & Son 1//

Robert D. Roush Soil Scientistfor ; .. JEWELRY

! NI the Soil Conservation Service Of .Starke 1 s. New and Used Furniture I:
prepared soil and water capability
AUTO SALES maps: for Nelson Blocker N. WOODBURN I !!i iI

Doyle Conner used the District ,I
grain drill to plant Pensaeola !

! WE SERVICE. WHAT WE SELL Bahia.ata Crotalaria.He also planted with Giant the Bahia Stri- EDWARDS1.Grocery J & JBuilding FARM, HOME I

I' The crotalaria will give green i

.4. grazing and :also put nitrogen in and Market Supplies, Inc. And Auto SupplyBROWNLEE i If I

. ,WE GUARANTEE ALL LATE i MODEL CARS the ground for the bahia.A .. f I(
lot of folks have been asking '
about the Conservation Reserve I I'
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program. Conservation Reserve of

; the Soil Bank i* a long-range program State Bank HARDY

: I ''No Money Needed! under which farmers voluntarily Community" 6. .. BROTHERS i I!

out of production ccontract to and'devote take cropland it to Of Starke Motor Company & CHASTEEN .

If Have Good{ I conservation uses for.periods up I
You Established Credit
I'' J to 1Q years.On Aug. 24 the acted -

States Department o* Agriculture I II

..., I I .. .. through the County Agricultural I
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11\ Stabilization ASCI offices will WARREN'S S M I IT T Y Si I
and MarketLAWSON'S
YES YES. begin accepting applications for Grocery i I

I a limited number of new contracts J Shell Station Barber Shop II
for acreage to be placed in the i

program. beginning in 1960. Only !,
about 5 million acres can be accepted I II II j
.SHOP'W'IIHSS$ NOEGEL under new contracts compared I

to nearly 13 million acres GIB TERWILLEGARMOTORS i
BROWN'S GUY ANDREWS
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contracted trader the 1959 program -;
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: trClIM Service Station Real.Estate 1 :: i!
BEFORE. YOU TRADE
I R'I.aaa.y,LL ; !' COI.HTO. : PI.e9tt l Yoyr AutbojizdI FordPealer ;

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8000. home.-- Lake. $10.000.--- I I Legion Post members and guests. The 'burgerswere
Property Sales 1 Cigarette Taxes Thrift ShoppersStill I Farm Home Loans Begins
furnished by Commander
D.
Stanley L. Adams to Luther J. I Charles Paul Boyer to John

Hipps, $5,200, home on Bedford I I Patterson home, $5,350. j $3,893 V HomelessThe Harder To Get 1960 Member Drive Seeber Goodman and Vice Commander -
Total $119,400For Bring
Lake.J. I I James Verncn Rowe to W. H. Buddy Bishop.
: John Godwin reports
G. Davidson to James Clarence Smith, home. $10,000.W. I Adjutant Adjutant Godwin said he received

Two Weeks Knight, 9750. 65 acre farm. H. Smith to JoAnn Smith To City Coffers Junior Wom n's Club' The expanded farm housing I that American Legion Post 56 got 39 renewals and about 10

Albert L. Crosby to William Rowe, home at Crosby Lake, Thrift Shop operation is still out lean program that has been in ef- ;off to a good start in its 1960 new memberships during the eve-

Property transactions in the Blackburn. S5.-00, home. $10,000. Bradford County municipalities side in the rain and heat accordIng feet since March, 1958, has re- ,membership drive. ning.

coi-nty during the last two weeks Gerald O. White to CharlotteS L. D. and Charlie Lou Vining garnered $4,651.71 from cigarettetax to latest reports from Club cently been changed. Harlan R. The Legionnaires "kicked-off" The business meeting was highlighted -

totaled $119,400. and Margaret M. Million, $4.600 to J. H. Billiard, land near Brooker divisions in July. The money"President Mrs. J. D. Warren. Ellis, Farmers Home Adminstra- :;I th drive Tuesday night with a by an address by former

All transactions are recorded two lots on Silver Lake. $22,500.J. was collected during the month[[ Mrs. Warren said the clouds tion County Supervisor Gaines- hamburger fry and business meet- Florida Department Commander
Dillon Eason and Mary Easonto had parted briefly when the County I' for Jus Davis of Gainesville.
"In the County Clerk's office. James t.. Andrews to Colon of June.L. .nIle! has announced. 'ing members prospective!

Prices are figured from documentary Thomas, residence in Butler Wm. Lamar Purcell and Martha G. Peeples, director of the gave permission for the Clubto The -
Bedford the old Chamber Commerce expanded program was desIgned -
Purcell lot
E. use

V Only stamps transactions affixed to of the$1.000 deeds.or Court.. Donald Starke Champion$10,700. to LewisN. Lake. $2,000.Martin Theatres. of on Florida. Inc. State almost Beverage two and Department one half million, said side of building the courthouse.on the but Call all Street was construction to speed and up improvement farm building as Sell It Rent It Trade

over are mentioned here. Smith, lot. 1000. 1 do'lars! in cagarette taxes were well act
John dark and gloomy again.when the : as as an anti-recession
? Maggie B. Mortiz to Louis B.Eails. I. Irving Weintraub to F. C. I I, to Kopelousos Benjamin, drive-in Suslow theatre and pro- collected during the month. Of Chamber-refused to lei"the build- measure. Under the expanded pro- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ____ '1.23 frr I." tint r .rrt1.B

$5.000 home. Keislinp, Jr., home in Indian this amount $1,790,914.36 was di-
perty, $10,000.Pipe ing be used in its present location. gram anyone who owned a farmin $1-00 PER I\rn FOR 9AMK' AD REPEATF-H O\K OR MORE TlVEfl
Marie Wren to Adolph Gay, Beach subdivision on Santa Fe Med among incorporated municipalities The Thrift Clubbers were right agricultural production planned -

while the balance went to produce at least $400 worth CARDS! Of THAAK- (C. T. II W.r") -_- --- fIM
back where-they started when a .
I STORE Men's Clothing fill IIIJ! Line Reaches fund-into the state's general revenue contractor told them it would cost of farm commodities could qualify OVER GO WORDS __ 4 Oat per Wri

ALVAREZ' Established 1894 at least $1,400 to move the build- for the program. It is felt that
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City Power Plant Starke got 3893.03 as its share ing to another location. ;th? expanded program has served MEMORIALS! AND REIIOLt7TIO! ---- 4 ( f, f'y W.vi

of the monthly split, while Lawtey !the purpose for which it was seC 20 WORD* OR LF.II.! Our Imurrttom .ft
The Club had to move The
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received $425.15, Hampton got '
LOCAL MANAGER FOR Harbert Construction Corp. has $149.13 and Brooker picked Thrift Shop operation out of its up. liarB "flDITIO4I. WORD OVER se --_ 4* p,,. w...
finishea its pipe laying work on up .former home at 206 E. Call when However farm owners can still

t the natural gas line system in this $183.40. the building got in such bad con- qualify if they have a farm in :90% DISCOUNT ON! REPEAT IXIERT1OSS SATO AD
25fo ADDITIONAL: FOB BLIND ADS OR ADS !SOT PAID W ADVA!
Neighboring Keystone Heights CB.
area and has started to move its dition it started leaking. agricultural production and farm

Jim men and* equipment on to another"' received $849.83 for the month. Since that time no bighearted income is a substantial portionof WE HAVE a new loan program for
Walter Corp."World's job at Panama City. their total income as long as farmers. Loan ot 1 to 6 rears
landlord has offered a site for for the entire credit requirements
City merchants will lose the County Gets $17,500As little or no rent, but the Junior they meet other standard eligibility of the farmer and hi. fam

benefits of an $8,000 weeifiy payroll Monthly Share Women are still hoping requirements. ily.Association Gainesville&20 Production Horth Credit Main. 6 Months

when the company leaves. anti Proceeds from the Thrift Shop I Farm housing loans may be Gainesville, Fla. tfch*

Largest Home Builders"WILL about 40 local employees or the Of Gasoline Taxes operation are used to support several used to construct, improve, alter. RADIOS REPAIRED

outfit will be job hunting unless V club sponsored charity replace or repair homes or farm AU Hake AU .**.. Auto Liability
programs
I! Bradford County received $17- service buildings. or provide water ) .....ble Chare rmtnMIKPHERU'9 ...
they decide to make the move to including the buying of RADIO TV
BE IN STARKE the Gulf Coast city. 499.87 as its share of gasoline Echool clothes for needy children for farmstead and household use. I..... Gr.... Owner '-
taxes collected during July. The i Loan funds cannot be used to buy 412 E, C.U !St. Phae VO 4-89O1
Harbert Office Manager K. L. and glasses for persons who are Starbe. 1"1.
figure is based on sales made in I[land or refinance debts.
EACH THURSDAYAT Strickier said the .company tmished unable to afford them. $15.00
June. I The loans COLONIAL FLORIST
made
to farmers
are
i laying the lateral line to the Since the Thrift Shop makes Only F. T. D. Florist' In Starke.
Gasoline retailers in the county ,nl who need credit to finance building Flowers wired any place. Flowers
I. city power plant on Saturday asscheduled. ) profit it is unable to pay any
sold 593,740 gallons of ga during than improvements or repairs, but for all occasions locally. Phone
Cleanup operations more a nominal rent.
very WO 4-6891.! !SOB Foot"'t"' N'ona St. tfchl
STARKE HARDWARE CO. should be completed by the end ot the month, and seventh cent tax In fact! the last site used by the find that adequate credit is not

this week if rain does not delay receipts jumped to $41,561.80 according C?'lb was offered rent free, but available through banks or other FOR ments. RE Reasonable Furnished rates apart-Near Doyle E. Conner
to released regular channels. The
figures just by interest
tne work. free maintenance of the building I shopping center. Phone, WO 92011rr
12:30 P.M. TO GOO P.M. State Comptroller Ray E- Green. could I rite is four per cent and loans WO -51S4 or call at !U S.
not be included the
Conversion or the power plantto by gen- I Cherry St. Shell Oil Co. Office.
This is an increase of more than may be amortized over periods up Insurance Agency
erous owners.Couple. tft'bgMen's
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is still
natural use several
gas t7.000 over the same month last to 33 years.

.. For Appointments Call months away. Materials for the 3 ar. Further information may be obtained -I I 218 Temple Ave.
conversion are expected to arrive Leather
Sales tax collections: in the EscapesAs by contacting Farmers PHONE'VO4501
JACKSONVILLE -- EV 7-1141 Collector here Oct. I, and the work is scheduled -
county during June also showedan Home Administration office located -
to take three months. increase over last year. They Car BurnsA in Room 7 Seagle Building HALF SOLES I

STARKE -- WO 4-5311 Bonds to pay for the city distn- amounted to $15,279.23 this yearas Annex, Gainesville, Florida.WHYPAYREN1. CITRUS bearing tiei. container

.. t-ution.system which will take gas grown. Also rlu,". Garner Apple-
compared to slightly more than vacation trip ended abruptlylast Pear Hood and El"wln, ,
// It's A Quality Home info the homes of domestic users $14,000 in June 1958. Friday afternoon for a Miami 1.50 upMen's Grapevines, Persimmon etc. Evergreens Fig-

have been validated and the bond Shade Trees. Camellias,
It's A Jim Walter Home" sale Is to, be State figures showed an Increase couple whose. 1955 Chrysler and ?! 400 varieties. Azaleas fine plant over.
expected completea Rubber
of 15.2 per cent in sales all their luggage burned to a crispon fall of bud and bloom. See our
in about 30 days. Brown and tax take the month last State Road 16 plants for quality. W. are located
OTHER OFFICES: over same near Camp II mile
Co. of Atlanta has beef HEELS 85C eas-t of Keystone Height
OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA Stephens year, while gasoline tax collections Blanding. WILL BUILD HOME on Hiway 100. Thousands of plant
awarded Ole contract for. construction jumped 5.5 per cent over June Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Horton ON YOUR LOT -0. C. fame Nursery Phone MU

I .' of the distribution system. 1958. 6377 S. W. 69th St., South Miami No Down STARKE'S SHOE 4-429S.: Fiorahome. Fla. tf

Sales tax figures for August, were unhurt in the accident that Payment REPAIRING I WANT TO TALK TO RELIABLE

The city now has more than 280 which will be based on July sales, destroyed their car. TONEY HOME BUILDERS, fAX \\'I11..t you up in sound one-
applications for natural gas service to show another The Miamiams Inc. man business without (capita) In-
are expected considerable had pulled off 123 S. Walnut St. vtMtm-nt. A Watkins Route is now
from homeowners. jump from last year's on the shoulder of the road to available for liradford County No

totals, because of the tax collection consult a map when the driver of Contact RAY FORTH I Across from Park TheatreFOR character co-signers! required. Must have good
references."
SHOP! SHOP! SHOP! Earning
Bradford County on packaged beer and whiskey another car, J. Reed Barrett, 4362 PHONE 4123 belief than average. Write Mr.

Loses Chance For sales which began July 1. G<'dsden St., Jacksonville, pulled REXT-Klngl'If' Lake ..Wdn..y F Hlarkwell:.. Atlanta 659 8. (W.a. Peachtree 4tchg" St.8.13 N.

along side to see if they were in Keystone Heights, Fla. apartment or cottage by week
; i.r month. Call WO 4-5011: C. H.
Entomology. Univ. Of Florida trouble. FUR RE.VT-Unfurnished! small
Xasworthy. tfchg
Jacksonville
Go Gainesville
to or or i Unknown to Barrett a large house at rear of store building at
321 Temple Ave. Contact Mrs. Maude
If U. S. Entomology I truck and trailer was approaching ttrmm that are needed fcy Lake Resident Mott
the Re- at
McCarthy's Garage, S tnie!
Graduates Three will be /.... *t Billy "..rka' -
ANYWHERE
to get price
a on your I behind him. around while on Raiford Kd. Itchg
setrch Laboratory now at Orlando a curve, red Sapplr lard !. rear .f
is moved, the new site will be I i a fourth vehicle was headed for Health Facts Brit Uad'n Farlvry. Sled Boat .
Area Students .....1. Mat 10 !. 10 ft. FlMchis. FOR RF.XT-On Kingsley Lake,
New Car THEN SEE the s
adjacent to the University of scene from the opposite di- Life.Raft. Llchl FltOres, fkmixhed. 2 bed rooms house, large
Florida,-a 'Tuesday" news ..releaie rection. In spite.of aU ,Uie. changes that ...._Itt. *..."le. .f all kind screened porch. Available Aug. if.

from Congressman D. R. (Billy I I Three area residents' were Since one lane of the highway go on in this changing world the Merl twldlHC, rot. l'rd F......*... !'I"trntltc' Feed and S.ed Co
VV "I..dew Scree Deou.
YDOWLING Matthews reported. I among the 487 students receiving W'\ blocked by Barrett's stoppedcar fact still remains that spinal misalignments -. .'1'.. .'e. C.II0 4-4WO1. ask for

Land needed( for 'the expansionof degrees at the Summer Commencement the truck driver when he compress; nerves and Mr. Cbasne. .r r... I* !. we i ikc ..
I ... I. ..".. IfrbgHASTINGS iN ttOMn.--
the laboratory was said by the ceremony at the lnlversUy.of came around the curve had no obstruct the flow of vital nerve (

House Appropriation Committee Florida last Saturday. choice but to take to the ditch to.I force to any organ. If the lung CUAUtY ,AIYS.u.soNUti

tl) be expensive and citizens of I According to theV University avoid a collision either with Bar .I nerve is compressed the flow of MATTRESS PllC1

other areas including Bradford i.Ne Bureau. the graduates were rett or with the fourth car that vital nerve force is reduced and & UPHOLSTERY WORKS WINKLER ELECTRIC

County and Keystone Heights in' Richard Michael Gray Starke, was headed west in the free lane. lung disease follows. If the liver 710 Lemon St. I'alatka SERVICE

Clay County haye asked !. Bachelor of Science in Business Pete Herndon, driver of the nerve is compressed\ liver disease Furniture Repaired, UpholKlered !-

.nan Matthews have congress-I Administration; Mary Whiteside'Ploof Transfer Co. [Jacksonville) will follow. & Refinished 234 X. Temple Starke

munities considered for Haines, Starke, Master of Educa- truck tried to apply brakes, but Only correction of th ecompress- MATTRESSES REBUILT PHONE WO 4-4081

panded laboratory.The tion; and Shirley I. R. SpringeY, the trailer started to jacknife. In cd nerve can restore health. This New "

U. S, Department of Ag- Keystone Heights, Masters in ;d- taking to the ditch his vehicle is the work of your skillfully Innerspringsand :S FOR "hKNT

FOR A LOWER PRICE riculture advised Congressman ucation. swiped the rear of Horton's car, trained Chiropractor. Box Springs BI'HUO'ompl..tely. cottage on Klngsl-y furnl.du.m"r Lake.

which immediately burst into Drop Us a Card or Call Aug. Z2 to U. Merrltt II. Williams,
Matthews that it is normal procedure University of Alabama President Chiropractors today are required -
S04
to locate such facilities ata flames, ignited apparently by the PALATKA EA 5-9166 K. Adkins. Starke, phon.0 4-
Frank RCse delivered tne to take the same basic science *:iit lip
ACROSS THE STREET struck tank. Mr. and Mrs. STARKE WO 4-5934: -_ -
land grant college. The University commencement address. He charged gas examination as MJX's and Osteo- WANTED BY

of Florida is one of the largest the graduates to accept their Horton. who were headed for actstpover paths !before they can receive a EXPERIENCEPaInters: and dry

FROM SETZER'S"If in the country. responsibilities in directing their, with relatives in Jacksonville license to practice. AIRS. PEGGY SIIALLER Starke, wall work by hour or by the JobContact .

Decision got out of the car safely, Agent Jack Jiouser at J &: J
on the matter may lives toward the betterment of Chiropractic restores health after Bniiders for Information. Guaranteed

follow a visit to Gainesville which the nation, and toward achieving but all their possessions, even Mr.Horton's everything else has failed. tlchg work
You Don't Trade With Us We Both
members of the Department of glasses were lost.
a world of unity and peace. Visit the LAIUiK hOME I STRAWBERRY PLANTS for sale
Lose Money" Agriculture have promised they UF Vice President Harry PhiL Clay County officers, who Investigated FOR SAUK--Colonial-type hou., Ira \\1In. nrtfft" txwp Zip H-1J

,'ill make in September. pott conferred uegrees upon the the accident, said no Dr. H. G. Bollinger 4 IxUrooms, living rm., family rm.. 'Kill: REST-24* x $0'< space below
rlmges would be preferred. Mr. dining rm., nan parlor; located: N.
graduates, among \ iom was the garage: apartment. Ideal for storage -
\ Walnut St., choice residential
W.C.T.U."TIlE Horton said he had insurance Chiropractic Offices area; t'"on. Wf *-5!51 Hrh<
close to business sertion. schools
-- V 500th P .D. to be so honored since
which he thought would the churches. hot extends depth of entire
cover 426 N. FOR S.U.P.--U land, Farmall
the university began giVing the Walnut St. block. Will sell partly furnished, acre

MOTTO OF THE "'01A.'S degree in 1927. Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor if desired. Contact owner. }Ir H.B. $cuS!..I)(tractor). Jimmy with Johnnon.equipment awtey., pump.Up
loss.MAYOR'S McLendon. 3025 Westchester. Orlando
HCIOSIVE !\ CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE Fla., or inquire Bradford
TIlE RIGHT POINT for .e COURTCases FOR SALE-Approximately 1 acre fir
UNION: 728 E. University County Telegraph. tfchg land" Kppersnn Rd. Inquire at l II;
II I (
CROSS aDdled
SOUTHERN SSKHH write. Com in se
"FOR GOD AND HOME AND way yon Phone T.utkr Rd. or phone WO 4-1SS4.
|xd mtoriodwd EVERY: your favorite ESTERBROOH handled in Mayor's Court 9-3238 Gainesville TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES madeto 4tp 8-17
LAND. ..
1 tutckta
Q iIt..O./aX; "V V Calvin Henley, public Intoxication Lirhr* and water furnished Sber 5"
Axxorxcix; OPEN Iama tnn. T. I. Kirvhaine. SIC S.
$27.50 bond forfeited.
,
BH KMIM BHnMMMI Priest Kindergarten in newly built ".n..r"/>Ti S, Jtrhlir
_. .. V Fabien Lauequeur, failure to ,inarters at 204 N. Thompson St.Open .

,, Re-Elect yield the right of way, causingan Hou.e and registration Aug. HORTRARR LOANS!
EXCLUSIVE SPRINCWALL t 2 I; and 27 from !< 'n'11 a m t rh 1If7 O. Imrrvrtt Property
HON-SAO EDGE I V I! SweatCHIEF accident. $27.50 bond forfeited. nmnlmr.. .r ReMetlfInt.
Riley Lester McCullough. failure to I.AKEVIEW, BEACH-cottages F9rR..nt II p.. nat Tern 1 -24t-= Tr .
Life
S LONG WEARING Gulf by week on Pig Lake Santa fall .r writ DAN" BYRD
DAMASKCOVER ,, yield the right of way causing an Fe. Call HO .2S2: Wald, Mrs. G."I1I., FbI.
1 $ accident, $27.50 or 5 days. A APT.APLAN Maude Comer. Box $7%. Barleton.a P. O. a.l[. II%. n S-=14
DEEP QUILTED COMFORT a 1 'P ;*;2" tfchg
Carl Taylor reckless driving
___- # SI OF POLICE $27-50 bond forfeited. S (:(>)[) FISIMXO RIO--14' Fi iergla..s SEE FOR YOURSELF
boat 7H "P Evinrnde motor. "nis-
Lollie L. Law public Intoxication Fits your ie Craft" trailer with winrh. Complete LADIES I

S S ; \ V;;t : Everyone wants fair and impartial $27.50 bond forfeited. changingneeds V swivel with teat. rear l l'fd boat only IO light time and. .' Women are earning $2. or more an

( : V law enforcement, and a police department Raymond Hoyt Starling. public buy at only tJOO. Owt more than hour representing-' Write
; Intoxication. 27.50 bond forfeited. twice that n..... Call Harry Rabb
Oulda Sweat P. O.
., V that keeps pace with modern Ichg Box MO, LIve
at WO f-tfll
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rtVJ V CHFV M. times. This is the kind of police William A. Andrews disorderly Oak, Fla.
.. conduct, $27.50 fine or 5 days. FOR SAl.EG large hives of bees.
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force I have maintained for the past Judith M. Wood disorderly Including extra supers. Lloyd J.r.r..n. FOR SALE 1551 Trailer-28 ft.

year. It would be my pleasure to continue.serving the conduct by attempting to removea 713: X Walnut St lip in excellent condition. '111" cash.
Phone
WOl
people of Starke Chief of Police. FOR RENT Sept. nth to May J2. or write Ernest
as car without permisison of own- Eaton Box 534 Starke. Up
15th large lake cottage. See; Mrs.frsr
er, $37.50 fine or 7 days. worrying aboutYOl11' '"t "Inll''''#. ,...k... 8tp 4 27
Your Vote And CHILD CARE-in home
Support Greatly Appreciated Alene Griffis. disorderly my begInning
con-
child's education; FL.). 90 STRAWBERRY PLAXTS Aug. 21. Day or week. Fair
duct by attempting to remove a for .ale.-Ehin J. Starling. Rt. 1. rates. Phone WO 4-3031. II2C X.
car without permission of the insure it the exclusive 1..1[ %.. Maorl'nnv. Fla 3tp /27 Tnompson St. Itchg ,

owner, $37.50 fine or 7 days. Adapt-A-Plan way. Ask FOR TRADE -- Pontiac Connrliblevalut'd FOR .U.Ffobne Home park and
'J. C. Warren. disorderly con- about $250 for boat of equalnr Drive In Restaurant High, Dry and
.. Announcing uct by resisting' an officer and your Gulf Life wli pay some difference. Phone beautiful wooded lots. Sensibly
ST 2-33S1. Ht'hg priced. Will accept home on near
striking an officer, $32.50 or 6 representative.Gulf. by ;Sake as down payment Lake
SPECIAL LOUISE STERN STUDIO days. FUR REXT-Furnished 2 bedroom Geneva Trailer Park I mL S. E. of
PRICE residence", circulating oil heater Keystone. Heights on Hwy. 100r..n.
on Kfngsley Lake. K."tnnfUll lip
PIANO AND THEORY Starke Lions Clubsregular private Ava'laMe! garage Sept. I to June t. Monthly
(tI1A $I. t-ntaU Carl Johns. phone WO 141(E FRONT LOTS FOR SALE-
( 4-1201. ,lft'g Also Iota with access to lake. Reasonable. -
: ''P111fl 76th. Special) Pre.Piano Class for 6 and 7 Year OId The meeting of the Term to suit yon. Phone
Keystone 3545 after I p. m.
Starke Lions Club Is scheduled tonight FuR REXT-UouIPk.eplng apartments -
; \ each. Anniversary. REGISTRATION: AUGUST 17 18 !, very reasonable light and 2tchr 8/20
[Aug. 131 I at the Lions.Den. water furniihecl. See Mrs. Bullington

: msttrtss or box sprinjr ...... Value 4 LESSONS BEGIN SEPTEMBER 1 ,All members," are urged to be pres- at Studio or 210 X. Cherrytfcbg FOR FrigMaire SALE-freezer!>.' ruble$200.ft. chest Excellent type

: twin or double :cnt. Life condition. Mr*. Idabel Deropsey. Rt.
EMPLOYMENT WVTEDS .
'Chr"I. T.ke
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The Lions journeyed to Palat- Up
compare with trty I rears exp.r.nee as maintenance
.5 )79.50 ft/ftetf mutftu 1369 S. Walnut St. ((301 South) ka on Aug. 5 to attend the district mechanic. on factory machinery. l'51Rt'i( AGENT
'"]I governor's 'meeting at the V INSURANC .elding. repa'ring pipe fitting Large Life In*. Co. operating on
tx.ilers. lathe atd machine shop experience. debit j
Is
system adding third man Intarlte.
Phone WO 4-3533 or WO 4-3531
Palatka community center. W COMPANYW. 4 years ai master..mechanic We are Interested In a
ordering, supervising! and layingout family man between the age of
g HART FURNITURE CO Member: F.S.M.T.A. and'M.TXA.. WANTED Cleu Cotton Raft work. Write Melrose, Box 341Itp. :I-fi.
H. HAND SuperintendentBox Man selected will
K. Past*. Ka SWrto, Mart Be have the best
of
draining.
High School Students Credited V .aeL Bradford Oeaaty TpapII. *- 308 Phone WO 4-4723 FOR SALE-Savage 12 gauge shotgun For the right man we will pay a
:,. Starke Florida Starke Fla. and case *20. Oed on. season. starting salary of $81 weekly For
C. .. -.. : Robert Hall, phone WO t-::" after an Interview writ Mgr. P. O. Box
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STAEKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY,.AUGUST IS, 1959

1 f .
horn 9 a. m. to 2 t>. m. All pco-
It's ALL Ours!
' ceeds:! will be; donated to the fund Keystone Council Moves To Provide I bo'h directions on the street: SU WJliam's Catholic Chapel

i KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS for the Summer Recreation Program J Heard Chairman Frank Harm Keystone Heights
Jr of the Majors Citizens Advisory

By Mary K. Schaeffer and: get, so your help car this cleaned worthy up cause at Fire As II Committee a>t mat one Sunday Alamo at 8:30 a. m.
School Terra NearsKeystone
the same time. Cost of the car A Safety member of the Council anent: Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m.

{ Baby Shower For Mrs. Tom Garner and mother of vat will be $1 with an extra I j.each*, better committee acquaint meeting the In order Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m.

Mrs. Panlikovt&ki the guest of honor, Mrs. Mary quarter for white sidewall tires. Heights City Council jtroh. Hanerstron also serves as,I toe work of various Council group with Confessions before All Masses,

Mrs. Herbert Nelson and Mrs. Sriulgi.Summer. 0: course any additional dona- toted Tuesday night lo purchase city clerk and says he is too busy, mi'tees: corn i Baptisms, marriaeea and Instruction

John Ruffini were joint hostesses Recreation Program tions for this fund will be grate- 250 feet of 2 1-2 inch fire nose,: to give adequate attention to' Asked : by appointmemt

at the Nelson's home Tuesday The summer recreation pro- fully accepted. So" make a note: In a move to provide fire protec-, Goth: of the jobs. : Councilman Williams to
"SaturdayGet car washed. 1 II tion for the town's school. 'i! request aid from the State Road i ii COMMUNITY rum
morning August 4, when they i 01KtYSTOXE
closed !
with last '
pram! a picnic The'Mayor said he was not
pre-;i Department in aZZenatinj
School Bur a dtaI \\\-
honored Mrs. Joe Pawlikowskl Mating J ii There is no fire nT rant near IIEIG HIS
Wednesday The and to
evening. boys rated name a replacement lorHabersaroh a?? problem *n city streets dur-
with stork-shower. Mrs. Pawli-] Officers of Keystone tie school and the fire i i
a Heights i depart
errs enjoyed hamburgers with ail
but could do so In the I ,n7 time of heavy rains: Dr. Albert C. Holt Minister
kowskl received stacks of lovely the trimmings. After supper. Carl BHS Bus Association were elected ,.ment dd not have enough nose :oj I Insure I: near future. The criers resigna- 1fr 5. J. L- IltdirringtonOrjraimt
fills- Duncan, Thursday Aug. 6, at a meeting reaching the school in case) I Instructed thE city clerk to sc-
,
director I
program presented M< n is to be effective Sept. 1. and noir Director
The enost list included: Mrs. the first place Pony League :held in the conference room of of an emergency. The action was :C'Jrp information from the Attorney -
Louis Kyle Mrs. Frank Ilgen, Baseball Team with a trophy. Clay Electric. They were: Ernest precipitated by the Hearing of the! In other action, the Council: approved General on proper proceduresfor Sunday School 9 a. m. Morns -
II Worship 10 .
.lis. Charles Tolfovd, Mrs. Henry An thpr trophy was presented for Wdegren.: president; Don Pang- school year. a resolution prepared by initiating annexation referen- and m. during July

Hall. Mis- William Few Mrs. last year when the Keystone born, vice president; Mrs. Lawrence -, Efforts ale being made to have Mayor Beasley; which extended an dums. AugustST. ; -

George Schaeffer. Mrs. Harold Team took first place in this lea- LaMee. sec.-treas. N. W. ',a fire hydrant installed near the' invitation:i to the Department of] .

Sutton Mrs. Frank Harris, Mrs. gue. After they are engraved both Hardnbergh and Lewis Muir were j school but uistafiatwm oi the! L1 ncwUre S Entomological; { Research -:I AXVftCHURCH F,19tiCOr,1L

Gladyce Bachmann, Mrs. Fred trophies will oe on display at the selected as members of the Board Earl Haertle disabled veteran, si gle hydrant would necessitate 1 Division to inspect a site REVSTOXERev. BESSETTE'S

Mulling Mrs. Robert Henrdy, Mrs. ,I Keystone Barber Shop. I(,l Directors. holds paid up mortgage on home the laying of approXlma fly 6w 1 Fat the Keystone; : Army Airport as M. H. Breyfogle. Vicar
.
Everett Fox, Mrs- Charles Smith, I Mr. Duncan then presented the Arrangement should be made' while hit wife lights a match to feet of 6-inch water main, and a possible home for expanded facilitiesof Sunday-7:30 a. m. Holy Communion

Mrs. Lewis Muir. Mrs. H. L. Morgan most coveted awardmedals immediately with Mrs. LaMee for I -high, point in the celebration the costs would be nfgh. |:I the entomolosical: re- : 9:30: a. m.. Sunday HANDISER VICE
Jr., Mrs. William Beam. Mrs. ; s-arch lab now: located in Orlando -
(for Good Sportsmanship to Roberta -, students who want transportationon they held at their home*on Silver The Council also authorized School; 9:30 a. m.. Morning Pray-

Ed Conneen Mrs. Emory Cooper Sibley and to Jimmy Mc- the bus, which has a capacityof I I Lake. Thursday evening August, Mayor M. L. Beasley to write : rr and Sermon (Holy Communion Phone GRanite 5-2126
Miss Anna Ernest Authorized payment of $23 to the
McCullough. Mrs. Murtry. Tetherball Tournament 30. the group decided. 6. I Railroad Commissioner .lerry I Carter -' CAP j'each first Sundavl: 6:30: p. m..
Widegren. Mrs. Joe Daurer winners! were Reba Hall first I SKI Club Meets .About 30 friend congregated at and ask aid in getting: the Cadet of Squadron in appreciation Young People meet JANITORIALSERVICE
Mrs. Gay Livingston, Mrs. Sam services rendered duringth
place and Dianne Brokas run- Keystone Ski Club was organ- the Haertle' home to help celebrate Georgia Southern and Florida, Holy Days-7:30 a. m. Holy
Gardner, Mrs. Charles McGlave.Presentation ? Regional Ski Meet. The Cadets -
ner-up. They received pins bear- ized last week at a meeting held the occasion of the "Happy Railroad to"build a crossing which| were in charge of Communion.
at ,St. Anne's Parish House. Of- would allow parking
in? a Tetherball design. Girls Holocaust. easy entrance to the
hundred of cars that flooded theto.f7l FOR OFFICF.tiKEYSTONE ;
rinning Shuffleboard ficers elected are: president. Bill Keystone Washetena.Th FIRST B.irnsr CrrrRC
i pins were during the tournt .
Roberta Sibley for first; place andS 'Reynolds, Jr; vice president Harold Suttons- The Bozard family I crossing has long been a. will ue the to ,. They HEIGHTS AXD STORES

)san Daro. runner-up. Frank Walrath 3rd.; treasurer. had been vacationing in Miami bone of contention since the only money help defray (WE)

Within the next few weeks the Bob Morgan; secretary Suzane and when Mrs. Bozard and access to the washeteria is througha squadron Referred operating: expenses; J. R. Smith pastor. Ralpn Wash and Wax Floors
to the
zoning committee Copeland. Minister of Music and
Of AwardsAnd Recreation Board will submit a LaMee. Tournament directors are the children got off the train in property easement which is often Clean Windows
a request Mrs.
by Jean Fox church organist.
report to the Civic Clubs who Dr. Don Chrtstolfers and, Don Jacksonville to come to Keystone, blocked. The proposed crossing for permission to Screen and Blinds
open a bakery; Services: Sunday School. 9:45
spoascred the summer Morgan. At the conclusion of the Mr. Bozard continued to New would allow adequate access Mow LawnsTraining
program.
Referred to '
public safety com- a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
Included in the report will be business meeting Dr. Chrtstoffets York on business before returningto tor customers of the Business.
owed mittee a request: by Keystone State Union ,7 p. m. Eveningservices SEE; WARD BESSETTE
movies! of the recent ski Richmond
their
suggestions for bettering and enlarging home. Mayor Beasley read the Coun- Bank for
permission to mark off 8 p. m.
FISH FRY next year's program. The meet. Mr and Mrs. George Massa and I cil a letter of resignation submitted parking spaces in front of the "Make church worship a family Echo Lake, Off Rl. 214TABLE
Board wishes to thank all Busy Athletes by Police Chief jack Haber-
groups children Phyllis and Gina have hank. Cars now angle park from I affair"
Bubba LII { who will
and individuals who contributed Ee. play
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turned from a wonderful 10-day
football at FSU this fall and a
Friday, Aug. 14 financially to the program. vacation in South Florida. They
number of high school
boys prac-
Chamber Of Commerce Notes
visited Mrs. Massa's brother and
.:30: There will' he regular monthly tiT football every morning at 7:30:
I'.iM.Keystone a family, the Wayne Crofts of
in St. Anne's: Park. Sam GardnerJr .
meeting of the Chamber of
Tampa. and then went to Miami (
ANNOUNCING
Don Widegren and Bubba .. ,
Commerce Monday. Aug. 17 at 8 where they visited Mr. Massa'sbrther
Beach o m. in the conference room at Moody are getting:! in shape for the Mike Monroes. From __ __
Clay Electric. On the agenda is their hgh school season. : NEW I960
a Miami. they went to Key West IIYAL. I jj
PersonalsMrs. I
Sponsored by the notary report on the Southern Recional i There they went deep-sea fishing
Hub 'lo Water Ski Tournament and !u- M. M. Sargent has returned with wonderful luck. __ _
Help Defray Ex- I flttAXYOVR
'ure Chamber projects. from Fort Rucker. Ala., where I I
penses of the Summer ;Car Wash i she was called by the illness of:! Jim Holcln of DeKalb III. wasa 4

Swim Program. Next Saturday. Aug. 15, Keystone -. her son;Capt. Wayne B. Sargent.I weekend guest'of Mr and Mrs. TV '. ,

I Heights Lions Club will havea Capt. Sargent was in the Post Jo Daurer. The Daurer's enthusiasm _
Car Wash at the Bank BuildingREDFEARN'S Hospital for two weeks and his|| for living in Keystone Handcrafted j
I friends in Keystone will be. happy I I I I Heights must be catching because

to know he is much improved. I their old friend: Jim has decidedto \ Quality

Mrs. Gordon Adams spent last make his home here and will s

AUGUST week in Tampa and Orlando visit- do so within the next month- WORLD'S FINEST{ ii :,

ing kindergartens play schools Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duncan have s a e
and dan :!lnc'sehQo1s'in_that area: gone to Georgia to'visit Mrs.'Duncan's PERFORMANCE 1 ('

Mrs. Carl' ''Whaley of Waldo parents., 'I O'shoitcuts ,' b-
spent last week with her daughter I proO.'CT
Mrs. Joe Daurer spent a few _
1 and family In Keystone. Mr. days in Orlando last'week visitinga _
X1RA'Ib4iaInI end Mrs. M. L. Beasley and
former college roommate and FRINGE AREAS
Marian. She returned
daughter
some friends who had worked with r
.
home Friday.Mr. Mr. Daurer at the Chicago Museum -
M. L. Beasley and
and Mrs of Science and Industry.. ZtHltn HANDCRAFTED
daughter spent Friday evening in QUALITY production th-xt-
Leon Ridaught tells he founda '
us
k"' r i a R "' .e
Eustice visiting Mr. Beasley'sbrother. 'b cuts with famous Ztmth "Fringe
,I .Bullock Beasley and lam nice pair of perscription glasses ,. Lock"circuit mean more operating
at 'Keystone 'Beach'du 1I g the .vr dependability-l'n Berries head'aches.
ily. Saturday they drove to Or- t -"
cleaning up after the Ski Tournament w- c .
WASHER lando to visit Mr. Beasley's mother. -
They have a gold nosepiece Zenith Bulls Eye Turret Tuner
Mrs. Ruth Beasley. They returned -
and brown frame Owner THE PALMER -the world's finest extra-sensi
to Keystone Sunday even- tive to bring in even distant stations
may call 2265 or 4153. In writing Model 0231
-automatically tunes eachstation
ing.Mr.. this, we wonder if Mrs. John Dye 21* overall diagonal meesra. -
Mrs. Scaeffer !!!
and George exclusive
with original patented
ever found the owner of the up- 262 .q. inchea of pie- ,
and daughter Martha Jane droveto l .
per plate 'she found on her beach tore viewing area. J Jh .
Lake Weir Saturday to bring some-months ago. Ebony, Maroon art
home their other two children Goidea Uirt Colon. 6 .
1960 NEWSLIM
Mary Ann and David who hadspent Mrs. Paul Holl and children left

the week with their grandparents last week by car for their winter' Only 249.95 TRIM
home in Pittsburgh. Pa. after a f
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Shy-
rock. wonderful vacation in their cottage CLASSIC

Last "week we received a postcard ; on Lake Geneva. ',

from Mrs. Anna James who Rev. Bill Breyfogle pastor St. COMMANDROY STYLINGr

milled in from Paris France. She Anne's Church was host at dinner 111lifl4JJ ( SPACE

seems to be having a wonderfultime at the Garden Restaurant, Wed-

seing the sights'and visiting nesday evening. August 5, entertaining ..
relatives. in Great Britain. This the teachers who took FRANKLIN-Model D24N
eMMe taigiMd tor SOUND REMOTE TV TUNINGCHANCES 21' overall diagonal. "'"llIr.. 262sq. .
reek we received a card fromMrs. part in the recent Work Shop held .inchesolpictureviernnpuea..kb .
OUT FRONT speaker foe
William mailed at- St. Anne's. Those who enjoyed
Dawson. st tow M table TY In grained Walnut, Mahogany
from Sweden. The Dawsons expect the dinner were Mrs. C. J.O'Con- l or Blond' Oak colors. Only

to be home: in September.Mrs. nor Dianne Brokas Lane Jackson..

Louis Bozard and three Dee Dee Hardenbergh. Suzanne CHANNELS!' 259.95

children of Richmond. Va.. spent Ia':.See, Susan Davis. Jackie Lar- ,

three days last week with Mrs. sen. Eleanore Thompson. and Itg4lOlbSHUTS OFF SOUND.JA
4 SWW M f1 Itg4lOlb/ ..- .., MORE REASONS...
Bozard's sister and family the Margaret Muir. ;, TAL \-
1, to.DOI rWe N Pfeeull' TNt 1ROWNSON wk.s.1IO r rd..Cho. gn NOTHING LEFT OUT!
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,. YYYTYYYTYTYYYTYYYYYYYYY'Mansfield, Penn. have recently J. J. Hogan. ---
YTTTTYTTT..YTTYTTTWY.TT1BROOKE'R ey Crosby of Fairbanks, Craig guests attended: Foley! Ala. were Thursday night I vifited the N. J. Davis family
moved to Melrose. Mr. Besanceneywill Mrs. Kate Evans is staying with I
r Wood of Jacksonville Mr. and : Huey Crosby and Rev. and Mrs. .supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. !|.[Wednesday night.
teach at Melrose High. htr son-in-law
MELROSE ; and daughter. Mr.
Mrs. L. Z. Williams and daughters ,R- R. Carlton of Fairbanks; Mr. Wilbur Thomas of Gainesville. ; Dennie Davis of Jacksonville is
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Hagglundand and Mrs. A. C. SpiresMr. I of Dundee and Raymond Crosbyof .and Mrs. Kenneth Mott of Jacksonville :' Visiting the W. E. Bigham, Jr. I I visiting his father C. D. Dowling
children Jeff and Tracy Jean and Mrs. Bill Roberson and By Barbara Sue DalaMrs. .
By Joyce Rothhammer I St. Petersburg.The : Mr. and MrsErnest 'family this week are Craig Wood and Mr. and Mrs. N. J- Davis this
c: Springfield, Mass. are spendinga children! recently went to Daytonaand ....&&&&&&..&&&&&&.&A W Saturday overnight guests Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott and Ricky Whitton of Jackson-
YYYYYYYTTTTTTT.T..TTTTT month with Mr. Hagglund's Port Orange where they of Miss Barbara Davis week.Mr.
Sue were .
and five children. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W. A. Davis and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hag- visited'? Mr. Roberson's H. E. Stokes and daughter ville.Miss
r Last week Mr. and Mrs. Grant parents brother and M'ses Gladys and Marjie Williams H. M. Collins and daughter Nan-' Betty Ann Davis of WaldoWAS children of Waldo and the F. B.
'lund. fanily, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ro- Ruby, Mrs. Mattie Sowells and of Dundee.Congratulations.
Rcthhammer became grandparents 'Mrs. Tom Markey attended the cy. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mott and Tuesday luncheon guest of Davis family enjoyed a hamburger
for the 18th time. They received Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Evans and terson. I Shadey' are extended to three sons, Mrs. Geraldine Melton I i her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I frv at the latter's home Saturday
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word that their daughter, children :Mathew and Jeff, of Dick Logsdon and Marvin Boos ;Church big meeting Grove Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyle on the of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. L- B. 'N. J. Davis. i night.

Mrs. Tom Chamblee of Panama Sacramento, Calif. are visitingMr. left last Sunday for two weeks i Dickie Sunday.Davis returned home recent birth of a baby daughter Crosby of Greensboro; Mr. and Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis and I Mike Davis of Durham. N. C.
City, had given birth to a boy I Evans' mother, Mrs. S. H. annual training at Fort Stewart, I after in a Gainesville Hospital.Mrs. Mrs. Melvin Spooner and two"son Terry of Gainesville were : srancLon of Mr. and Mrs. N. J
Saturday visiting Craig
August 3, Mrs. Rothhammer's Fisher. Ga. with the National Guard. Wood in Jacksonville\for\ a week. R. P. Gano visited Mrs. J.J children, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Raul- .Tuesday night guests of Mr. and Davis, returned home after a extended -
birthday. The baby weighed 6 Mrs. Charles Reinhardt of Chicago Mr. and Mrs. John S. Griner Craig: Wood of Jacksonville; is W. Brown of Hawthorne over the I erson of Pompano; Mrs. Lottie R.I i(Mrs. N. J. Davis. Wednesday, the I visit with them and also
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pounds and 14 ounces and was recently visited her daughter recently; visited Mrs. Griner's sisters -I I visiting the W. E. Bigham, Jr. weekend.Mr. Crosby of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. L. A. and N. J. Davis families and I the W. A. Davis family of Waldo..
named Paul Melvin. Mrs. Hagglund. and relatives at Lakeland. family for a few days.' and Mrs- J. M. Henry and Zl? Dukes of Jacksonville. Mr.i 1C., D. Dowling attended the to- TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Morris and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Neefus have,They also visited in Tampa and I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Waters of children of Jacksonville spent the and Mrs. Claude Crosby of Wes-i, bacco sales in Lake City and visit- way you write. Dome In and so.
sons of Winter Haven spent last gone to Westfield, N. J. for two I St. Petersburg.Mr. I Dundee is spending a few days weekend with the R. H. Green conett; Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Williams .'ed the Steven Foster Memorial in led your favorite LSTERBROOK
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Evan wreks- and Mrs. John Robinson of I with their daughter, Mrs. G. W. family. : and two daughters of Dun- White Springs. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAVH
Kindt and family.Mr. Mrs. O.,T Robinson and Miss Atlanta, Ga. and Mrs. Mercedes i Davis and family. Jack Rufus of Tampa, Mrs. doe. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts of Rev. W. H. Eddie of Louise
and Mrs. Hagglund recently Cora Lyon accompanied by Mrs. Robinson and children, Kathy.Walter I Visitors at the G. W. Davis Edna Haze and Mrs. O. C. Haze Lake: Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
) returned from a trip to Nassau. RoDinson's sister, Mrs. Katherine and Carmen, of Palo, .home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.L. and baby of Gainesville were Sun- Crosby and son Raymond of St 'h
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Wilson and Chester of Palatka, went to Jack- Alto, Calif are visiting Mr. and B. Crosby of Greensboro. Hugh- day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Petersburg; Tommie Morin of
daughter. Kay of LaCrosse were sonville last weekend where Mrs. Mr..!: W. H. Robinson. Harrell and daughters.Mrs. Long Beach, Calif.. Paul Montroyof
recent guests of Mr. Wilson's Robinson and Mrs. Chester visitedMr. Doris and Virginia Ford have ville. Kentucky and his sister Doris Chambers and son Miami; Mr. and' Mrs. Billy
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Imhoff and returned from a two week trip to Marguerite Ryan, from, Hillcrest, of Jacksonville were Saturday Crosby and son of Melbourne; The In Starke
Opening
and Mrs. Willie Wilson. Miss Lyon visited Miss Katherine Orlando where they visited their Fla. were calling on Grandin relatives night guests cf Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. Wright Crosby and .
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sever and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and last Sunday afternoon.Mr. W. Hodges. daughter of Quincy; Craig Wood OF A
daughter, Shirley, and Connie Dupree. Mrs. J. W. Simons and to Indian and Mrs. Ercell Sapp of Mrs. Velida Davis and childrenof and Gene and Diane Howard of COMPLETE AUTO TRIM AND
Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Rivers River City where they visited Grandin had as guests last SundayMr. Columbus. S. C. spent Wednes- Jacksonville, and Ada Jean Jef
Howard Morris spent a week in and family of Miami are spendingthe another brother-in-law and sister, and Mrs. Martin from Gain-. day through Saturday with Mr. fords of Fairbanks.Mrs. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY SHOP
Orlando visiting Mrs. Sever's sis- week with Mrs. Rivers' father, Mr. and Mrs. John Bellerjeau. Mr. esville. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges. Cecil Thomas and daughter. -

ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gorgon J J. Hogan.Mr. and Mrs. Bellerjeau accompanied Mrs. H. B. Sikes and her aunt Bobby Hodges of Jacksonville Sandy, of Niceville visited Mr. JOINER'S TRIM! SHOP
Atchisoa.Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hogan and the girls home and remained for aKit. Mrs. Rosa Brantley, of Grandin, spent Thursday through Saturdaywith and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and
family of Baton Rouge, La. arrived l spent the weekend relatives children and
and Mrs. H. C. Besanceney visiting the E. W. Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop LOCATED IN REAR OF SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
and children, Ann and Chuck of last week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley of in Ft. Myers, Bartow and Mrs. E. W. Hodges, Bobby Hod- Thomas and children Friday.
Gainesville spent Sunday after- Sanford. ges. and Mrs. Vedila Davis and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children -
DEPARTMENT STOREMen'3 noon with their son-in-law and Mrs. Ethel Brockman returned children were Friday night dinner visited Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
KEYSTONE
daughter, Mr. and'Mrs. Glynn home to Grandin last Monday nests" of Mrs. Lavern Edwards of Lewis of Starke Sunday.Mr. .
Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Rothhammer and family. from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Gainesville. and Mrs. J. B. Lacy of Burbank L_ New SubdivisionJUST
Duplicate Bridge Gerald Bayless in Perry, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rain of and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis -
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Winners at the Melrose Duplicate Mr. and Mrs. E. S.Brantley and High Springs visited Mrs. Mamie of Starke were Saturday guestsof BEST: Buys OPENED ON
Owner Bridge Club were high. Mrs. family arei taking In the "Bee- Hodges Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. the Woodrow Thomas family.
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Val Givens and Mrs. Roland Bryan Keeper's Institute" at Camp Larry Sythes of Gainesville were Linda Sue and Ronnie Thomas Gator Bone LakeNear
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: tied for second high, Mrs. Allen Cloverleaf near Lake Placid, Fla. Wednesday. guests. attended a family reunion with
Graham and Mrs. Vi Moore this week. They expect to return Little Tony Casteline celebratednis the W. C. Stanaker family at East
r and Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss home to Grandin the end of the sixth birthday with a party: Tuckney Springs. Sunday. Keystone Heights
Salie! Mansfield. week.Mr. Saturday:: August 8. Twenty young I Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville 0 GOOD SANDY BEACHES
and MR Roland Tanner of people enjoyed games and the ice was: the weekend guest of Mr. and Nice Shade Large Lots!
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CHURCH. MELROSERev. Grandin are announcing the birthof cream and cake served by Mrs. Mrs. Bob Thomas. _==, $2,275 TO $2,575
H. a baby son born WednesdayAug. Joyce Casteline. Joan Thomas of Jacksonvillewas 20 PER CENT' DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY
M. Breyfogle Vicar 5, in the Bradford County Crosby Reunion weekend guest of Mr. and
THE CAfe Sunday 0 a. m., Sunday Hospital at Starke.The little man The annual Crosby reunion was Mrs. Troy Thomas and sister s. E. MCKAY-REALTOR
FO School 11:15
eer ; a. m., Morning weighed 6 lb. 11 ozs. and has been given by Mrs. H. P. Gainey at the Patricia.Mr. .
v **' THAT DAILY Prayer and Sermon [Holy Com- given the name Allen Lee Tanner.! Brooker Community Center Sunday and Mrs. R. J. Thomas and Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151
munion each first Sunday]; 1:30 Mother and arrived home' Mrs. I
son August 9. baby Groover Thomas and Melrose Phone Granite 5.2968
1)' YOU WELL p. m. Young People meet. Sunday. The following out-of-town Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thomas of -
SKVeS Holy Days 10 a.m.. Holy Com
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were. lands.! The: two Jims_had a, good; visor, Ozora ShelL uniforms for smgmg all day. The I ---- -- I -. -- ',-," .., ... - -.
Urs.ioore's two brothers, Russell talk. Cief Godwin'' brought his Marriage Announcement Federation will be held at Antioch That's Our Buinf

Judd of Clewiston and Mr. CLAY HILL father,'and._later. _returned for him.: MX. and Mrs. Lopnie Coleman Baptist Church at i p. m. Rev. I
and Mrs. Shirley Judd and chil- If It's Glass "We Hare It!
Irene Padgett has Unproved,enough announce the recent marriage of E. D. Robinson, president.. Mrs.Bertis I' '' .,
3 dren of Orlando.Mr. '
By Mr. Harvey McCarthy and Mrs. Tate Crosby Mrs. II, Mr. J, L... St/ickUiA, .. to be.out'. of bed a little each their daughter" Mamie to, FrankTurner Robinson, secretary.: All I CALL WRITE or VISIT
day. lIer .friendg, h9peSlltt, will of Hawthorne. They are members! and, church choirs are
nalaiuuu.uauuAU.lfowdy Sally Frank Crawford Norman and visited Mr. and Sunday Mrs.I u AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA continue? to. improve.! residing in Gainesville. Mrs. Thel- asked to attend and assist in the :I Joe Peters Glass Co.

Everybody did you come afternoon with Mrs I Mr and Mrs. Cotta of.Clay'Hill 1 Remember the revival at Highland ma Green sister. of the bride.will musicRev.. George Lee is host .

to.opr.big' revhal: ,? If you weren't antf. Mrs. Norman's brother Crosby's, William son are trying to get their newj house f will begin Wednesday, Aug. have.a! shower on Saturday. August pastor. I FOR ANY GLASS; NEED.

a61 1o attend' you missed a great Crosby who is ill in the Vet ready for occupancy before winter. 19. and will be. conducted by Curtis 15.:,at her:,home starting at 8 Allen, Chapel \. 3L E. Church I We Design Modern Store Front
feastMay we take thisoptunity'to p. m- Friends ol the couple are Allen Chapel AME Church, RevL
spiritual
eran's Hospital in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Knight i iI Waters.,Singing will begin at Us A Pattern for.
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thank each of our invitedTio invitations are being A. will hold I Just. .
Sampson
pastor
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Carmichael I visited! their son Edwin of Baldwin '7 p. m. and preaching service an I -
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}.way: they<<: responded to our i Ca'michael's mother and two I Uncle Jim Godwin spent most an excellent, opportunity to learnto Personal MentionsMrs. with' Sunday School at 10 a. 1313 N.W.. 4th PL Gainesville, Fix Phone FR 24333, ,
revival) invitation and for each of' \' ring or to practice. Mr._Norman Elouise Hawkins is now m. Supt Irene Thomas in charge. .
brothers-in-law 'of Sunday with the Jim Strick-
sisters
and Mr. : .. .
our' visiting'pastors i and singers.' with Morning worship at 11 m. -
and Mrs. Freeman Crosby and o!. Bayliss Highway will be present residing her husband. Sgt. a. "
Also to our own members, special I Evening worship at. 6 m. Delegates
tey's mother Mrs. Leona McCarthy Hawkins in Fort Hood. Texas. Sheis p.
: to direct the
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reddish and .. singing and help
singers our pianist Mrs. Lamar I and his two sisters and fam I 'a member of Ebenezer Baptist for the Sunday School and
Reddish and our chorister Russell son. Keith. ilies. Mr. and Mrs. John Stillwell I|i those who wish. Plans are to have Church and sends regards to all Missionary Convention in Jacksonville i! COMPLEX 1 TREE SERVICE
Happy to have Arthur Green,
Redding. Rev. Otis T. Jones,! and children and Mr. and Mrs.]i|,?going: every Thursday night. un- members and friends. Mrs. Jean- this week included Willie
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. [Bill!
pastor and all of us urge you to.' Green, home after his L. D. Jones Jr., and children. Mrs.\i|Ilil further notice. ette Burnside R. N. of New York James Randolph and Minnie Pruning Cavity Work !t

visit often. You and yours are country in the Navy. He serving was horn \ Mccarthy. and little Johnny S i11.'I''I The: Juniors took the attendance City has been visiting her sister. Morris These young people were Bracing! Tree Removal.

'always welcome. :: ojably) djs harg d lecently! Welcome well returned: ,with us for? a \ II'banner away from the Intermediates M1 s. ELsie Leverson of Starke who earned: to Jacksonville by Mother De-Mossing TransplantingFree
Beautiful Baptismal Services home Arthur. I Well, guess that's about all for i I is employed as nurse aid at Brad- Pullum and Mrs. E. J. Givens ?1 Inspection and, Estimates
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Sunday School class '
were held Sunday afternoon at this, time. May the ever-loving I last. lord County! Hospital. It appears District president. of the Missionary -
three o'clock at the Kingsley Lake' Mrs. Tate Crosby was visited ': God bless and protect you and you I Trek There were 54 Beginners !i that nursmg.. runs! in the family. Society. Mrs. Mae Lois Mores '

home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Red- la::t week by her loved ones. Her''a"d especially you.bye.. now. present, five, less than last week. I'She reports a delightful visit, so Pittman wishes to thank all : SAPP'S! TREE SURGEONS
dhh. nt-ice and family, Mr. and Mrs.S. far. the members of the church andh :
I W. Ritch and Jimmie of Tampa ..W.. T...... .. .. ......y................. .
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Redding (hurcb News ?r many friends for the gifts
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and children of Wildwood visited I Here evtning overnight and her guests Thursday '. NEWS: OF INTEREST TO COLORED First.Bon] Church Of God and expressions during her recent PETE: SAPP, Owner

last week'with Raymond's parents!Alvarez of nepheuEugene First Born.. Church of God Elder marriage and shower. E. STARKE PHONE ""'0 .{-3965P.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding. her Saturday.Frostproof visited with CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Flax Howard, pastor. held regular Givens, reporter. J'I 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4S87 Palatka, Fla..
service Sunday starting with Hospitalized,
Visiting during the weekend
Glen Norman and Glen Moore Church School Our 'Pentecostal Simon Mitchell of South Starke AGENTS -
with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. (Ernie 1 By Own Shed.'AAAAAAAAAAAAA .
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with their National Guard I has recently undergone major; Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA. 9-3617
,John and family was Mr. John's Unit, foi two weeks . . .. _ .c. Meeting is now going on. Everyoneis '
nephew, and family.. Mr. and Mrs. training at &AAA ASocial *. -A. ., &A.- .&&A&A&' A&'& AAAA&AI invited to come and take part. surgery at Bradford County Hospital -t; Gainesville Fla. Ocala. Fla.;
Camp: Stewart Ga, 'I and doing fine. He is a :
I The FellowshipUnion was held is I'hone,1651Lake City Fla.
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Arvid Johns of Plant City. Chita-Chatta I are asked to contact the president i !
Miss Josie Wonzy of Silver a.t Mt,. Nebo Baptist, Church, ElderS. : faithful member of Ebenezer Baptist -'
Mrs. Ruby Gayno and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Cham- for further information concerning For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our! Agent
Springs. Md. young niece of Mr. White in charge. A gloriousgospel Church..We wish, for him a ;
1\b$. Qlenda Varnes of Ocala II and Mrs. Morris Carter,, returned bees have moved" into their new I'I'home' participation and guests. Wil- feast was enjoyed by all. speedy recovery, Mrs. Janie S. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.

, 'isited'du inJ; the weekend with home by plane Saturday after on U. S. 301 Starke. They ham Holland president, Gloria Sis. W. Strong reporter. Mitchell, former patient, is doing 224'N: Temple Ave. Phone WO 4.3965

iLs. Gaygo's parents Mr. and spending vacation'witll i her aunt will have open house on Saturiav Graham, reporter. .I hrnezrr; Baptist/ Church: fine and at home to her many, .' .'... .' .. -..--
Mrs. Milton: Rosier and other relatives !and upcle. August'15. All friends and Carnatioi. CUib c, Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev. 'friends. Mrs. Grace Long, former j,. -" -- -
and friends in the com- well-wishers] of the couple are invited The Carnation Social Saving : ,
Our sons, R.chaid and Wayne Club met at the Reno Theatre' E. D.; Robinson. pastor" will hold patient, is back to work to her "- S .. .... .... -,-Ii- -
jnunity.Weekend .nd visited in Fernandina Beach to visit. !last Monday with Mrs. Leola Morltio t regular communion service on many. customers' after more thana
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday of last week with HarYOU.CANT tie!. and, Mrs Levy Lennon Sunday! starting with Sunday months:) vacation. Mrs. Laura
have had as house guests Mrs.': as conducted hostess. A by very President fine meetingwas Wil-f School at 10 a. m. Supt. Henry WJiitmore is on' the road to recovery -I BEFORE BUYING ANY UOMES

Mary Lou LY.nan and.daughter: of Bryant in charge. Morning worship at her home 921 N. Oal;

Lecsburg., and. Mrs. Raiella, Dillion helmena Bropkjs. Plans were com-< will, begin at 11 a.m. Mrs. St. Mrs. Ida Mae Williams is do- I
!Meted, for the beach
BUY and son Anthony; Tampa; outing. The Mack, pianist asks; all membersto ing fine after a brief period m,
Cinderella BalJ.will be held in the' '
Trey were, eptertairied. on Wedn future. please be present and in choir the hospital-
-- sday jby members of the La for near the announcement.Watch this The paper next I I .. .... -' I Check With II
Belies"Club arid the 'sh Jis at I
regular: meeting will be held at I Ii

A BETTER .Cowpen Mrand Lake Mrs.. in Marry Putnam;: Young County.haveas i the Repo. Theatre. All members I All" Companies!

TIRETO guests, a, sister Mrs. "SophiaBrown jire time.asked A.!R.to Jenkins be, present, reporter and on Factory Prices

Savannah. of Pittsb/.ir.g.;Coleman Pa.of and Daytona Mrs $97. Sfconte,,

Beech. Mrs. Emma Cox a former I I I,recently The! 1:B.oy Scouts Troop Nor 71 T One Quart With Each WE WILL' FINANCE FOR --. 1

resident of Starke, and sister, of participated in a bicycle FREE
race, tq Green Springs. The or Gallon One you buy
Cove
SAVE YOUR LIFE the Youngs is spending the summer *
in her home here. Her hus-' .%JOYS were interested in receiving) 12, YEARS ON BLOC; $ HOMES;

bans is a teacher in MjpnticeIlo. melt badges. The camp particir, .. y. CARTER PAINT STORE 10 YEARS O.YTfRAME: HOMES. .
Mrs. Louise Graham enteredMedical I pants? reported: a wonderful wRetsMat

Cities Service all-nylon cord Center Hospital of the F r 31ilemaster: tires are the safest University of Florida Gainesville I:f.'rn ni pearScout master B. ':
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T. Marshall and assistant'Clarence -
longest wearing tires in for dental surgery. She Is a faithful -' \Ve will finish your home, or we will put in your Electric, BalbSet
history. William. are still working
i member ot Mt. Moriah, Methodist Marsh: Maple Kitchen Sink, and Overhead Cabftets, all
Tube or tubeless, new Mile vith the junior league baseball perfect tribute to
'master tires are pound for Church and the!: motherof tf>am in an effort to close the Plumbing and put up your Sheet Rock, leaving very little f,r

pound stronger than steel.. Eli Graham whp is 'o'n.the official season with a high record In spite a, cherished memory you to do.
staff of the'church.
to/ yet they're priced amazingly of the new experience for this t '

low for web quality Mrs. Alma Jenkins and Mr. and team they have a very fine record Every funeral that we cpntjtoct \\'f don't charge for traveL No down payment. Two months
Mrs. Julius Royal: drove to Tallahassee
: in the junior league. 'l11 i is of sustaining
I a source
group before first No red sales
during the week to. complete i payment. tape no higb prepare
is sponsored by the AJP.a.rI ap.Le solace and.., spiritual inspiration 1
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for Joan We trill call and to .
piaps Jenkins.to men. explain everything you (no charge)
gjon Post 314, Commander
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Julius '
enter the, School? of Nursing: this I I Rryal.Hoc to the family.: No obligation. You o\\e'it to yourwU' investigate before

i fall Joan has been awarded a Killing Hundreds of and economicalryJatterirfed'to buying from anyone. We hate gone out of vac way to help
details are managed
a $2,000 Foundation scholarship and b/! has the.Nat selected ttona1 j i'kil!I. ;Who hogs said? ;it ha.to behold to ""' ; that only a trained,;'San4' careful; others and we can help you. .. _.. I "":'-- .
George Sapp, "DaddyGeorge"
Florida A & M University as her organization can perform when the urgent need
fusing bw vaatipn.: from '
school center for this training.We for serving is at"hand.eVITT .
the (
Seaboard R. R.
to prepare fortlt' WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER
UP TO. I$.% MOBB> hope,. she will be admitted
winter. H? was assisted byi Iseveral I
MILEAGE is still another Last year 700 applicants"wereturned } C. JQNES
great a4vaptagaothese incomparable ; local men: women and I TONEY HOMES. Inc. TONEY HQMES, Inc.
1 down due to ted)$ of space. children including Mr ...'Ollia Mae! FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE' SERVICE
tires-it's like Incidentally Joan, has a bid for P. 0. Box 106 Ray D. Forth
ttiQrone'. tire'free with. x Grady. Hospital. of 'Atlanta: Ga. Cummings.Gloria !' PHQNES: WO 4.2600, = WQ: 4-2610 Bowling Green Keystone Heights
every Ant you buy. which is the original of Edith will celebrate her We tprnish the Ijlgbeot i type service at lowest prices ud accept: m
BIG TRADE ALLOW. 3 state, the "l}. tal day" at the npme..V the Florida Phone 4123
National l Foundation I I A.life' Insurance: policy in force issued by ANY company,. as.
ANCE TOQ! Stop in..., s. : Shells on Saturday. The invited
The 'KiYi Social"Club held a payment In part or ia full on funeral services. Consultation.
trade in. your. present tires guests might eat barbecue, whpj I --' -
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.. and drive off with a won beach party at Butlers Beach.) !knows? If you are' invited come' carries no obligation. t ,- '-. -- ,
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St. Augustine, last. Sunday. Starkemembers : "
derful of with
new set Milemas. or without at present-Staff J
tersJ in attendance included reporter- t'r .

Mr.. and Mre. Robert Dell.ano: Mr. Guest Columnist) o
and MrsElmerSn'ell.. '
i I. "Mrs. Elizabeth J. Givens was $& /
FiestaSocial S
Club
: unable to write the column this f-jn ? v I
SILCOX The last regular meeting of the week because the had to attend A 4 : .ia -' : -
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club was held at the home of Mr.i the Tri-State Convention in Jack- > ?
and Mrs. John Cummings PleaSant irlfrf r,1'1
V yonville. We the fc
705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. hope annuaj .
Grove A fine meeting __
very meeting of the A. M. E. Churchat .. .
inded with delicious refreshments. Edwards Waters COllege.U be ... ., --.yy' .,'.
Plans were completed for a, lake- .
CITIES SERVICE I very successful.
side outing and Fish Fry on Saturday j Birthday, lartyLast
August 15 at Cowperi Lakein I '
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Saturday the spacious
Putnam County. All members i',
home of Mrs. Bertis Robinson was

.'" the scene of her bjrthday party. it y a9 :L Vt
In spite of the belatedness July

31st! it was an affair of beauty

and fun. Guests were present from

!!as far as Ohio. A few of.the local Bel Air l-Door Sedan t sleek Body by Fi!

;,:and, out-of-town guests included: tf'I I

1 Mrand: Mrs. Robert Dell, Mr. and

'Mrs. Eli Graham, Mrs. Essie Perdue ,

YOUR DAY'S RECEIPT Mrs. Alma Jenkins, Mr. and,
Mrs. Leroy Long Mr. and Mrs. smoothest ride!

,|':Robert? Green, Ozzie Lee. Jeanette: ,
Ida Lee and many others. Bertis

*, I received many lovely gifts and

friends cards not from in guests attendance.and It other was One of the 7 big bests Chevrolet gives you over any other car In Its field

< regrettable that Marguerite"Parks,
Fk 5fe long friend of'the honor
l had, to leave for Jacksonville in e, Anyoneaho.s. ever taken a'Chevy t leading. low-priced three. low-priced cars iD.a test of repeated -
over a choppy country road can stops from highway speeds.
preparation for a plane tnp to tell how lightly Chevrolet's BEST ENGINE-Chevrolet
Cleveland, Ohio. where she.wili; > yon nBEST STYLE-It's the only car
I Full Coil suspension handles rough gines have long won expert pral.seof
the leading 3 that's
1. -vsa spend her vacation. She was accompanied low-priced
going-and coil springs never:. from virtually every automobilemagazine .
modern in line.
as tar as Jacksonvilleby squeak, never; need grease! Try and just recently. Chev unmistakably every
"In its class POPULAR
'. Walter Whitten of Hampton. this velvet way of going for yourrolet receIved the NASCARt Outstanding SCIENCE price says "a

vq'ro.visited friends there. self. Once? you do, you'll find your Achievement'award for [ in magazine" new,
"Happy Birthday" to Rannell own way of saYIng what MOTOR "the creation and continuing development high daring styling.

r : English'one of the reporters to TREND magazine puts this way: of America's most effiB E S T T R A D EI I H -A n J

the Telegraph- Tuesday August . thel smoothest, most quiet, cient V-type engines.", N.A.D.A.t. Guide Book. can give
.
llth is the birth date of this lovely : softest riding car in its price you the figures on Chevy's extra
r ady. She is employed at the class" But the happiest part of it BEST ECONOMY-A' pair of value. You'll find that Chevrolet

Bradford County Hospital as nurse all is that' this Full Coil ride is Chevrolet sixes with Powerglide used car prices last year averaged

Why run the risk of keeping your late cash receipt aid. just one of seven big bests-all won their class in this year's Mobilup to $128 higher than comparable
documented by published opinions gas Economy Run. topping every models of the "other two. Your
ta store or home overnight or over the weekend Pre.-Planning-)Monday 17 at of experts and on-the-record facts other full-sized car. And the win. Chevrolet dealer will be happy to
August 9 -
a. m.
Make, use of our night depository service and safeButd all the '. teachers of Bradford and figures. ning mileage was a whoooinz 22.33 tell you about a whole host of other

the money? you take in after oomuj banlr'.. CO'.mtyin assemble at RJE to m.p.g. advantages besides these seven.
BEST ROOM-Official dimensions Why not drop by his showroom
hours. Ask us for details. beBin work (or the 'term 1959-60.). reported to 4A show BEST BRAKES-Chevy's bondedA
Summer School Ends --r-'''''''' ,!-..
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a that Chevrolet sedans! offer more lining! brakes are the biggest in
tN.to..t XMrwtwi Stodt G-
The Workshop, fqr the jdow-1 front seat head room than all but their field, built for up to, 66% AJs.aw.wtM1.
learning pupils ended at Florida one of the iiglpricedDlore longer life. IndIrect competition "d-

Normal $ Industrial Memorial front scat hip room,(by up to 5.9 conducted by NASCAR, Chevy out- \\CHEVRQLETi

I College! in St. Augustine Several inches.) than the "other. two" of stopped both of the. ,other, leading.fait *Dfl- *<+ ,: fi&Automata .
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local teachers including Mrs- :

F L 0R I ID A .Willie.Minne Mae.Belle Cromity-Randolph Wheeler and Mrs of

Lawtey, attended. Other persons your local I I authorized Chevrotet dealer and see now much more Chevy has to offer! ..

w. included in workshop attendance '

BA N KAT STAKE -ind regular summer sessions were:

Mrs. S. C.:Price principal Thurs-

h 4--_ Elementary. School: Mrs;;Irene CaJe l Hendry ,Chevrolet Co. I lee.
One of 28 Banks of the Florida -
National
.. Group Member Federal Deposit* lasuraaee. A* J*Corp.vW t", CJ ,lson. teacher; special education -

: RJE; Mrs. S. Williams!:, "* ,
Via IJL W TJi'Mnp1L1Uta Rhea .210 W:. CALL STREJ STARK E. FLA. PHONE T JT r
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9W..YYy.Yyw..Y' ger: Sapp of Miami. Misses Nancy Vincent's hospital.StarlingArthur' i son, Ariz is visiting.Mr. and''Mrs. .YYYYYYfYYYYYYYYYYYYWYY' I v

Rivers and Betty Gaskins. of R. E: Lee and family. .

' Jacksonville,, Mrs. Bobo: Starlingcf Miss Joan Arthur and Ralph Mrs. Effie Miner left Saturdayfor GRAHAMMr I

Miami Mrs..Leslie Phillips of Weldon Starling were quietly a' visit with "her soninlaward
Callahan Mesdames Charley E- married Tuesday evening August .
By Mn. Fetch daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank John McSlnoej
"'u"e" u JoyeKT.. Johns, Ola Mae Perkins. George 4, in Polkston, Ga. They were accompanied Wells in Leesburg.Mr. .
& aaaaAAAAAaaAaaAaAAA Flynn' and James Phillips of by Mr. Starling's par., AA&&A&&AAAAAAAAAA&&AAAA .
and Mrs. Richard Bennett .
t L sal Starke. eats, Mr.and Mrs. Edwin Starlingand. -"
Shower 4 ; and family of Daytona were week Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John 'i
his sister Miss Vonda Gail .
Wft: Ola Mae,,Phillips, whose Jimmy Eunice spent the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buster. McKinney during the week were .
manrtage to Aubrey William Gas- end with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Starling. Bennett and the Darleys. Mr. and Mrs. Jean McKinney andL. .
I Miss Ola Mae Phillips, and J. Rand
Bnscoe in Valdosta. Ga. While
Jtf; frill take place Saturday. Hermie Kelly is spending this Brown of Wauchula. Mr.
Bill Gaskins visited Carl Hill-
Aunisf 29, at 8 p. m. at the First there he attended the Baptist week with his brother, Percy and and Mrs. V. L. McKinney and 443
iard in Jacksonville Sunday after- .
Bafgisf Church. ,was the inspiration Student Retreat sponsored by the family in Miami. ,daughters of Gainesville, and Mr. ..

}tyr a lovely shower Thursdayat FiiEt Baptist Church at Twin noon..Mr..and ani Mrs. Carl Wynn and Horace '.
Lakes. Mrs.' Clarence Rosier Mr. and Mrs- Jack Estes had
jtjie home of Mrs.,Bryant Red- McKinney of Starke.
and family of Palatka were Monday as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs
Ciaklf VIrs. Bitter: .Bennett and Larry Dobbs of Jacksonville is Bert Braugnton of Dundee viist- I .
guests of his father BrittRosier Robert McCulley of Kingsport
Mrs jjick Pons were in charge of spending this week with his ed relatives and friends here'this ,
Marine-
Tenn. They all visited
thtnOmesMrsMilo Smith sang: grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Walter : -
: Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kemp Jr. land and St. Augustine on Sunday. week.Mr.
a t+ia'uLUul soloj accompanied by Wilkison. and Mrs. B. Surrency of
I and family of Greenville, S. C. MrsJ... B, Gaskins. with Miss :
Mrsf T. F. Moore.Tpehostesses Charley Smith and sons of Tampa visited Leon Wynn this "f's )
are spending their vacation with Betty Gaskins of Jacksonville is i\ ere.
,, ladies of the : Jacksonville: : were Sunday guestsof bis father. i visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bernard week ,
First.Baptist Church assisted by the Melson Privetts.Mr. Mrs. Delia Osteen and children:
Mrs. Lulu Dority returned last Rosier of Fort Fierce.
Geraldine.and Vonda Gayle : of. High Springs visited her sister
Muses: and Mrs. Arthur Pearce week from a visit with her sister.
Starling and Ginger Sapp served Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Alice Starling Saturday.
drove Miss Ginger Sapp to Jack- Mrs. Pearl Blount of Miami.
refreshments to the. 6* guests. Out sonville Sunday afternoon, to catcha Friends of the Blounts win be interested Moore during the weekend were Other visitors. were Mr. and Mrs. ?.; ... .

cf tq1jn guests included Mrs. A. B. bus' for her. home in Miami. to learn that Calvin. Miss Rachael Boyer and Mr. and Lonnie Hines of Gainesville andMrs.
McDpncld cf: Albany. Ga., Mrs. J. Mrs. David Moore of Jacksonville Babe HInes of Hampton.
While there they visited MrsR.. Jeanett and Juanita all A
are married new of life
fims Mr"'and Mrs. S. D. Andrews and way
O. of Tallahassee Miss Gin- W. Sapp'who is a patient in St.SHE'S and have families. Geraldine John McKinney and his son .
family of Wildwood, and Mrs. Vincent killed a big rattle snake k i wY>. .j :;> f -
her Junior in school
enters year
'. "-'l t,...: .I; ;" 'T ..; ana has already won a scholarship Jewell Royal of Tampa. under the grape arbor last Tues- Mrs.' Ruth Davis and family of. day. It had ten rattles.
: BEEN BUYINf for a four year college career. for Florida.i :
'- Mrs. Mary Reddish had as Arcadia, brought Miss Joan Ra- I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cantner and with
: fuse home and spent theday with children of Parkersburg, W. Va.
Oe e1.. guests during the week. Mr. and
r Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Evatt and son
-Si. SP :Mrs. Lester Taylor and family of M_
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W' of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. San t ; ;
Tcwnscreekr Ala, and Mrs. Hattie Mrs. Floyd Martin and son of
dy Evatt Jr. and children, also of!
Matthis Mrs. Lee Smith and Mrs. Daytona spent the weekend with
the Glenn Shufords and Mrs. Miami ,were guests last week of;
ICE MILK Nellie OSteen of Tampa.
Hester Hicks. Mr and Mrs. Ed Parrish.
Mr. and Mrs. Broward Padgett
Bobby Wasdin of Gainesvillewas '
and family of Hawthorne Calif. Benton Futch of Nashville 'turaIs
home with his parents, :Mr.
are visiting the Erlie Padgetts Term and Mrs. Futch and children -
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and Mrs. H. M. .
WasdIn Monday.Mr.
this week. Steve and Eve of Starke were
and Mrs. Pode starling of
Mr. and !\Mrs. Chas. Kline hadas Saturday dinner guests of Mrs.
__ Gainesville were guests of Mrs.
? r Saturday guests Mr., and Mrs. Joyce Fntch. .. a ;
Kate
lal.t Starling, Monday.Mr.
_._ John Radish and family of Wood- Miss Diann Thomas is spending and Mrs. Claude Camphree
bridge. N. J. this week with her grandmother
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visited friends and relatives at
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Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Mrs. Same Green. of Jacksonville.Miss .
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Lake Okeechobee last week. .
Jacksonville was the weekend Swanbon returnedto

guest of her sister. Miss Enza her Dorothy home Sunday'after: an extended Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff and! \t....' .. -::,:9W.o": .
!son of Gainesville, and Mr. and ': .
Blanchard. visit with her aunt. Mrs. ;::':r.1A.j; ::'. : : .
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Duncan and family ars Mrs. Walter Ratliff and daughter H'l.' 'i'"" ,:<> ::: :o:>" --\.
Emory Mibel I1L ":;wM"'
New Ktht desert!Goo3ie&eshaea|. moving to Jacksonville this week Peterson of Chicago of Starke were guests of their "i\\\ .:.t .
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Mrs. Maude Rhoden of Fort parents Mr. and Mrs. I E. Ratliff : .. ."
for the family-wonderful for where Mr. Duncan is employed as > .>. :<. .
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'l Pierce \'lsited'Mrs Georgia Ann <
I Sunday.WANTED
weight-watcbere. Slenda Sue lot a mechanic. .
Sapp, Sunday. T
.I Milk: (formerly Trim) ia pints > Mrs Robert Carlton and sons -
x M:. and Mrs. Joe Lane and Clean Cotton Bag f
%-gals.flavors. Buy some today of Jacksonville are spending this No .Panta,. No Shirts, Mart Be
1 week with her parents. Mr. and family of Deland were Monday Clean. Bradford County Tt ia-

Ivy ibis....Jbtv.JIr..1roa. yaw dwkrt fan..*diM.*hf*flu Mrs. Prank Cruce. guests of Mrs. Selma Eunice and Ziap1aR

r Miss Cynthia Whetsel of Tuc \the Brad Nprtqns. ;". & v *vi
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exciting. news in years.. _, : :

,, GIRL'SDRESSES ;
because natural gas,used for

all it's worth, is not just a nee '

i K.L household fuel. but the
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"open sesame" to a whole
: -' for .
..J,,, t tnr i I new'way of life. ///J/

BACKTOSCHOOLWashNWear Y JUNIOR and MISSESDRE'SSES ft,.

Making home tasks lighter ". 1

'' !, them with"automagic" /.
Features I breezing: through .:

r Dan River Plaids ease. savingsteps

JUST IN TIME FORBACKTOSCHOOL saving time .natural gas $;
/ i' Woven Checked Gingham t "I'flt;/
: \ can be the servant which gives {

_\I Paisley PrintsPlaidSolid -, you priceless extra.hours
As in "Seventeen," "Charm," :1" J I -1 t
seen
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to home
I Styling i ; I 1 spend on your ; b { :

"Glamour" and other national maga, 1 your yard ."; bonus" f :':: :"' f.t. I

Shirtwaist New Collar zines. time with husband '>.ro:: :' .< T '.

t children,friends '
!f. Jacket Effect Jumper Styles Kay Junior >
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enjoying of
more the.
i i t. Carol Rogers f
; ; SIZES good things of life which %
3 to 6x Windy Woods
Florida offers in such .
I.4 Helen
Whiting
SIZES 7 to 14 1' K'y overwhelming array. Sound

; rge o+, wonderful It is wonderful!
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So, use natural gas not just for
Henry Rosenfield ,
$198 1 and$2r 9'S.I
Hope Reed one or two services, but for all the
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7 Big Ways in which it can

I help you find a "whole

REPEAT BY POPULAR DEMAND s new way of life!"

GIRL'S FIRST QUALITY $5 98 To $14 if i I

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BATISTE PANTIES' .
NEWEST STYLES: Sheaths are beautiful year! Sleeve treatments;and. large

collars. are NEW! Shirt waist casuals are wonderfully wearable and there is awith : .

strong and new color t story this year I __ f
f r -.cs.rl iI"t "' "' -
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French lace; combed cotton batiste bias cut; double seat :

for added strength-Sizes 2.to 14: Our regular 69c and 79c. I LADIES FIRk : 'r -.- .M !

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PAGE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARR FLORIDA -
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mrnSDAY. Arnrsr is.. 1954HAMPTON
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.. .............yyyy.\ 'shall and city clerk. i i J -
Sept. 8. : coon at last week's council meet- WYYYYY..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy family, Miss Carolyn Norman to Lake' Lochioosa' last .
'i I Saturday.Mr. I Harry Padgett Sunday afternoon.Mr. Henry and Buck Wellhausen Sunday .
To qualify a candidate must 'I iae tax rolls were reviewed. The Mrsl Penney Griffis and Miss and Mrs. J. W. Mann and and Mrs. J. W. Mann and :! afternoon. '
have a* petition signed by ten council voted to accept the same MAXVILLEBy Gloria Anderson were visitors in family visited Volley Mosley
1 I on family were guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mann and
qualified voters submitted to"slerk tax 'mil1 ge as last year. .
'u $,y an. u. c. mn Starke Saturday.Mr. Clay Hill last Thursday. Mrs. Calvin Manning in Middle- family visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard -
W. H. Maxwell by Aug 28. I,* Insurance has been secured by Mrs C. B. NolanuuuAAUtaAA..aauua and Mrs. Joe Padgett visit- John Carl 'and Larry Normanof berg Saturday night Norman and family of Highland -
..A., .ftAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACity .. Councilmen not up" for election I council,'C both comprehensive for I ed Saturday afternoon with Mr. I Highland visited Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Chilson of Starke visited! Sunday.
i' friz real are D. H. Crawford and the city' i
,Election Sept. 8 and compensation for & and? Mrs. Sidney Harris and
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A. C. Dennison- Present council- city employees. -- -
Hampton citizens.ill elect a Some parts of the communitylook daughter Edith and with Mr. '
mas-or".three councilmen, a mar- men whose terms expire are G. .Present for the meeting were a little better this week. The and Mrs. Harry Padgett andfamily. .
P. Wadsworth. D. E. Hill and C. Mayor M. 1,. Watterson Clerk W. cleaned -
county men along
50TA R. Cox. The council posts open I H.:Maxwell Marshall R. Cutchens. of the roads and the bad corner some Mrs. Daisy Padgett and daugh- .
arc two for two-year terms and -
1 I Councilmen Dennison Wadsworth on the 'black top road has been ter Bonnie were guests of Mrs.
one for alieyear term. The !
Ccx and Hill. cleared out Jean Padgett Saturday.The .
now. Surely hope they
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COLD posts of mayor clerk and marshall PersonalsMrs. 1 '
SUMMER will continue to do some more teachers will start bacK to J
each for
are one year. .
J.
J. Brannen
had surgery work now clearing the playgrounds school on Tuesday, August 18, and -
-" New voters have until Saturday, st Riverside
TAKE Hospital Jacksonville and cleaning out a few S'l1oo1ill start for the children
( Aug. .15 to register with books Wednesday of last week.
;, ditches. Tuesday September 1. As yet we I
for open at Mrs. Home's grocery. To Mr. and Mrs. D. E.\Hill and I
Mrs. Charles Tuters and son. do not know who our new teachers -
vote a person must have lived in daughter .I f
symptomaticREUEF spent from Saturday to
will but should know this
Randy of Jacksonville are visiting be.
66 6 Florida one year and in Hamptonfor Tuesday of this week in Braden- with Mrs. Tuters' grandmother Week. I
six months prior to the election tn with Mr. and Mrs. Gene
: Mrs. Hattie Noan.! Mr. and .Mrs. Doss Higginbotham ',, ,
Besides discussion of ele- Clouse and family. p
and daughters, Shirley and
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshawof ; Asti I
Jacksonville spent Sunday with June and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. rwr awa 1 1t
i 'I Mr. and Mrs. D. J- Parrish and Kilgore and family Mr. and Mrs. "1-w- i.

OUTSTANDING .. family.Mr. Ben Higginbotham and family and
c Dn Parrish and Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and
Y *,-. family visited in Jacksonville Saturday I George Johnson and family of
ACCEPTANCE Jacksonville enjoyed a fishing trip :
night with Mr. and Mrs. -
Buddy Bradshaw.
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Miss Patty Parrish left Monday ,
RSTANDS morning with Mrs. C. B. Nolan 90 DRIVEINTHEATRE ;:41I

OUT and sons. Billy and Bobby and I
Mrs. Nolan's family from Palatka ,

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end: Hastings for Washington D_.

C. -- J On Route U. S. 90 ),*:? K, t ,"
Stanley A
THE BYSTUDEBAKER Miss Harriett returnedto
her home in St. Augustine Saturday BALDWIN, FLA. -
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after several weeks visit Show Time 7:45 P.M. :. '. ... 4' H .
here with! friends. ," 44

'.Why are people flocking to The Lark in unprecedented numbers) Mrs. J. W. Thomas and familyof Fri., Sat. Aug. 14, 15 ,, ,. ,j.

Because The Lark is the only car that gives people all they really want in St. Augustine visited Mr$. H.

transportation today. 3 Outstanding price-The Lark V-8 is the R. Kilgore. and Mrs.and family H. E. Griffis Saturday.Mr. and. ONCE UPON don't De a DISHWASHER

V-8 the market. &* Outstanding dt'sign-three feet ) .
lowest-priced on Aunt Fannie Griffis enjoyed a trip "
shorter than other cars, with room inside for six in spacious comfort. ,to New River last Monday. Mr. HORSE r.BUY ONE .

Classic Lark styling is designed to minimize year-to-year depreciation. and Mrs. Griffis enjoyed a fish- .
Outstanding performance-in the Mobilgas Economy Run, The ing trip while Aunt Fannie visited Dan Rowan, Dick Martin -* '
The with John and Dottie Griffis. PLUS Escape from a fife sentence of thankless, tedious drudgery!* A nxxJara
.ark. V-8 topped all V-8's with an amazing 22.28 miles per gallon. "
Mrs. Jack Waters and familyof "
automatic Electric Dishwasher will wash-rinse-dry faster, easier, dower .
lark 6 did even better. Jacksonville spent the day with Night Passage :

Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family and better. Just stack the dishes (even pots'n pans), press a button....ii
last Tuesday and was joined by
.a Mr. Waters for a visit Tuesday James Stewart, Audle Murphy ,' and free yourself for leisure. Everything comes out sparkling-bright

night. I
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sanitized by scalding water. .
I Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and Special Showing!
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family of Jacksonville spent the
FOUR
day Saturday with Mrs. Dorothy NIGHTS Never again hand"wash another dish! Get en

Waters and family.Mr. SUN., MON., TUES., WED. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC .
DISHWASHER
and Mrs. A. I*. Rehbcrg of Aug. 16, 17, 18, 19
Macclenny visited their daughter Cecil B. DeMille's
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family I
last Monday.Mr. I The TenCommandments Sec the display NOW at your C-orite electric

and Mrs. Tommie Smith' : appliance dealers. Models and colors to fit
and family of Jacksonville and .
Discover what jou'll save at Mrs Charles Tuters and son and very kitchen. Portables too; roll on wheels '
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z Mrs. Hattie Nolan enjoyed spend-
DEALER'STODAYi .
r YOUR STUDEBAKER ing Saturday night and Sunday at Charlttm Heston, Yul Brynner, plug-in' for instant use. Surprisingly easy terms.

"' Mrs. Nolan's old home in Clay Yvonne DeCarlo Debra Paget t --- ..... III m'

i McGRIFF MOTORS County.We And. ...\ Cast of Thousands! IX fuht a day,46,000 per year-for a* avenge fomHy; '
5 regret that Mrs- Sarah Jane PLUS TWO CARTOONS f4n.cw t
Jefferson and Court Streets Starke, Fla. Griffis has been ill and under a ADMISSION 85c I
r I doctor's care. Surely do wish hera I

SCE THE STUDEBAKER TRUCKS...THEY COST LESS, TOOl speedy- recovery.! CHILDREN- FREE! 1 1I
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